102 Travel Mashups

John Musser, December 28th, 2006

One of the most popular tags for classifying mashups on this site is “travel”. How popular? So far, 102 mashups at ProgrammableWeb have this tag. Most are mapping-related, often used to highlight locations for a specific destination like French Champagne houses, UK Bed and Breakfasts, NYC Broadway Shows or Hollywood celebrity hotels (and gossip):

Hollywood Chatter Hotels

Other travel mashups are more utilitarian including:

  • Find Airport Parking: Find everything you need when rushing to the airport and need parking. Find out which airport parking facility is closest to you or to the airport, which is cheapest
  • GMaps Flight Tracker: View incoming flights into 7 major US cities. Altitude, speed, heading and flight path are all interactively displayed on the map. Be air traffic control.
  • GMaps Flight Tracker

While yet other “travel” mashups are just different:

  • Fatal Crash Data Maps: Search fatal crashes by zip code, driving directions, custom drawn polygons on Google Maps. Search results include crash details.
  • Air Travel Emissions Calculator: A Google Maps mashup that allows you to calculate the per-passenger greenhouse gas emissions created by a commercial airline flight between any two airports.
  • Air Travel Emissions Calculator

  • Random Day Out Generator: Pick where and the types of things you like to do and where. Watch it build your itinerary for the day.

See all 102 travel mashups here.

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3 Responses to “102 Travel Mashups”

December 29th, 2006
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Comment by: Travel Adventures »

[...] 102 Travel Mashups [...]

October 8th, 2008
at 11:39 pm
Comment by: Elmer Alinsog

Travel 2.0 Mashery:
http://travelstrategybusiness.com/travel-20-mashery/

Travel 2.0 Mashery is a Travel 2.0 | Strategy + Business’ own extended definition and vision of Travel 2.0 as coined by Philip C. Wolf, President and CEO, PhoCusWright Inc. Travel 2.0 Mashery is meshing up the Travel 2.0 | Strategy + Business team’s collective years of experience from traditional travel distribution method to online distribution strategies; combined with our best-of-breed emerging travel & tourism technology automation portfolio, from third-party global partners network as well as our own proprietary travel portal builder called Mashlabs.Travel.

November 3rd, 2012
at 1:26 am
Comment by: Blazinec

Please give a try to http://www.mapsofall.com/ – I tried to merge many different maps providers into one place. Thanks for replies.

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