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Business traveler alert: The Airport Transit Guide has gone completely to the iPhone. Credit: UggBoy♥UggGirl

By Joe Brancatelli

For as long as most of us have been on the road, Ron Salk’s Airport Transit Guide has been the bible for business travelers. The annually updated, pocket-sized guide had exhaustive data on transportation options between airports and city centers. It was, quite literally, an irreplaceable asset. Well, now it has been replaced. For 2011, Salk has abandoned the print edition and turned the entire Airport Transit Guide database into an iPhone app.

The app costs $9.95 and is compatible with the iPad and iPod, too. Salk promises Airport Transit Guide apps for BlackBerry and Android devices during 2011.

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Joe Brancatelli is editor and publisher of, a non-commercial Web site for business travelers. Copyright 2010 by Joe Brancatelli. Licensed by contract for Orbitz use.

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