Montrealers Can Now Easily Find A Travel Buddy With This All-New App
Never travel solo again with AirZolo.
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Whether you travel alone or with a group of friends, visiting a new country is hands down one of the best experiences you can have. Exploring, eating new cuisines and discovering different cultures are all part of the fun. Another one of the best parts about traveling is meeting new people. AirZolo, an all new smartphone app allows you to do just that in seconds. AirZolo connects you with like minded travelers who want to do all the things you want to do.
With AirZolo you can set up your profile, including your travel details and/or flight info, and you’ll be automatically connected with people travelling to the same places you are. Then just do the classic swipe to the left/right, and if you match with someone, you instantaneously have a potential travel bud.
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Opportunities are abound for unplanned adventures as you travel with AirZolo. You can find someone already at your destination to explore or go out with. You can also enter your flight details and arrange to sit next to someone cool on the plane. AirZolo basically acts as a way to create an instant social network anywhere in the world, so you’ll always have someone to travel with.
Don’t limit the use of AirZolo to trips beyond the border, because you can use the app locally as well as internationally. Maybe you’re heading to Quebec City, or Mont- Tremblant, and need an extra person to fill up a space in your car, or to chill with on the slopes. AirZolo will link you guys up, making the app pretty useful for all kinds of travel, international, local, and whatever else in between.
Beyond connecting with potential travel buddies, use the Bucket List function to plan your ultimate adventure in all of your dream locations and view the News Feed for daily inspiration.
AirZolo just launched and is now available for you to download on iTunes. Find out more at the official website, Facebook page, and Twitter feed here.
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