Startup Mozio.com Wants to Save You Time, Money on Airport Transfers
by Steph Spencer | November, 2012
“My favourite part of a trip is getting to and from the airport,” said no one. Ever.
Not only is ground transportation one of the most uninteresting and potentially pricey elements of one’s itinerary, but in most cases it’s also a pain in the neck to find relevant information about all of the options available. When in doubt, travelers tend to go with the default option of taking a cab from the airport, which is nearly always one of the most expensive choices.
Travel tech startup Mozio has set its sights on airport transfers — an aspect of air travel that doesn’t get much attention compared to hot topics such as baggage fees and backscatter scans, but it has the potential to make or break a trip. Mozio is billed as a “transportation search engine” and is designed to automate the process of gathering information about getting to and from the airport in cities around the world.
To learn more and road test their engine, visit Mozio.com
You Might Also Like
About the Author
Steph Spencer is a freelance travel writer from Canada who has been held captive by the travel industry for over 14 years. An incurable smart aleck, notorious purple fanatic, hat person, and ukulele player of questionable abilities, Steph explores the geeky side of travel on her blog A Nerd At Large, and dispenses random quirkiness on Google+ and as @ANerdAtLarge on Twitter. She truly believes that anything is possible with enough determination and copious amounts of chocolate.