KDE Ltinerary: An Amazing Travel Assistant That Cares about Your Privacy

KDE Ltinerary: An Amazing Travel Assistant That Cares about Your Privacy
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KDE Itinerary is a free open-source digital travel assistant for Linux desktops. It focuses on protecting your privacy and provide all required information to ease your travels and keep you safe.

It is designed for KDE desktops, but it can work on other Linux desktops as well such as Gnome, Xfce, Budgie, and others.

KDE Itinerary works best alongside KMail's itinerary extraction plug-in and KDE Connect, or Nextcloud Hub and DavDroid.

It is also available for Plasma Mobile and Android.

Features

  • Timeline view of a unified travel itinerary with automatic trip grouping.
  • Supports train, bus and flight bookings as well as hotel, restaurant, event and rental car reservations.
  • Boarding pass management.
  • Supports ticket management for multi-traveler and multi-ticket bookings.
  • Automatic booking data extraction from various input formats, performed locally on your device.
  • Real-time delay and platform change information for trains.
  • Weather forecast for destination along your trip.
  • Full control over all online access.
  • Selection of alternative train connections on unbound tickets or on missed connections.
  • Local ground transportation navigation between elements of your itinerary.
  • Train coach layout view (for some operators only).
  • Train station and airport per-floor maps based on OpenStreetMap data.
  • Available dock-based or free-floating rental bikes can be displayed on the train station map.
  • Personal travel statistics to monitor environmental impact.
  • Digital health certificate management for COVID-19 vaccination, recovery or test certificates.

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License

The project is released under the LGPL-2.0 or later.

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