David Rowell recently posted a great review of the Airport Transit Guide on his highly respected blog, The Travel Insider. We are reposting it here:
Still talking about travel innovations, electronic books, and bargains, I’m delighted to be able to tell you about a wonderful bargain being offered for a short time by a good friend of The Travel Insider, Ron Salk.
Ron publishes a gem of a little book called the Airport Transit Guide. It gives you wonderfully useful information on how to travel between major airports around the world and the cities they serve. I rely on it whenever I’m going somewhere new, and often refer back to it when going somewhere familiar, too. Ron’s been doing this for almost 30 years now and has his book and the information inside it down to a fine art (or should that be science?).
I reviewed the print version back in 2005, and last December he enhanced it to digital format, available for any type of iOS device (iPhone, iPod, iPad). Since then he’s updated what he is referring to as his 25th Edition several times (updates are easier for electronic reference guides than for print ones) and now he is offering the guide at half price from today through the end of the year. A mere $4.99.
I’ve regularly saved much more than $5 from his advice – even much more than $50; – particularly in learning how to take trains between cities and airports so this has to be one of the great travel bargains of the year. If you have an iOS device, or know a friend who does, this would be a great present to give to yourself or to them.
Here’s a link to my review of the electronic version of Ron Salk’s Airport Transit Guide to tell you more about it, and there’s a link from there to the iTunes store if you choose to buy it. Recommended.
We thank David for his review and highly encourage you to check out the Airport Transit Guide for yourself.