Introducing… (drumroll please)…. David C! He’s another one of our awesome team members from the ID90 Travel office in Cordoba, Argentina, and we think you’ll enjoy getting to know him.

He’s a smarty-pants software developer, newly-minted international traveler (having just made his first trip to Dallas), and is well loved in the Cordoba office. Keeping reading to learn more about this cool dude.


David C. & “Mr. Hasn’t Learned to Lock His Computer, Regardless of the Pranks that Ensue”


My position at ID90 Travel is as a software developer, working with different pieces and components for ID90 application.

ID90 Travel Profile Feature Meet David C.

Where did you grow up?

I’ve lived in Cordoba my whole life. My entire experience comes from this place, and I love it.

What is the last song you listened to, or TV show you watched?

The last thing I watched on Netflix was Prison Break, and yes, I know, I’m super late to the game, but I’m trying to watch all of the “classics.” The last book I read was “Clean Code.” Yay, nerd books!

Who (or what) inspires you to be the best you?

I am inspired by my parents. They’ve taught me all that I know, and have been there with me through all of my major life experiences. Essentially they’re the reason I am who I am today!

Tell us three things about yourself & make one a lie.

I love asado, I like to drink fernet, and I’m an excellent basketball player.


If you could trade lives with someone who would it be?

Hmmm if I could trade lives with someone it would be with Hayden’s Christensen’s character in Jumper. I love the fact he can jump anywhere he wants at any moment.

What is one thing you love to do but haven’t had the time to recently? (Shark diving, bungee jumping, etc.)

Hmmm I couldn’t do any of the above-mentioned things, but I would try sky diving. My father has already done it, and has told me that it’s something I have to do before I die.

What’s your favorite kind of vacation?

All of my vacations were in two different kinds of places, in the mountains and on the beach. The beach is my favorite though, that’s why I went to Brazil on my last trip.

You’re given an unlimited budget and unlimited time, were do you travel?

If I was allowed to travel anywhere I would just end up traveling around the entire world! But if I had to choose one place, I would start at the top of my list with Egypt. I love the pyramids, and my dream is to some day visit them. That part of human history is super interesting to me, especially the part where people think they were built by “aliens.” Another place I would visit is Greece. I really like the gods’ history, so I would need to meet with Zeus ?.


What is your most bizarre talent?

I can touch my nose with my tongue.

What’s the best trip you’ve ever been on?

Well, like I mentioned, I’m a huge fan of mountain trips. I also love camping and anything to do outside because I love nature. My favorite trip was the last one I went on, and it was to Brazil. It was absolutely amazing! I spent every day, literally every moment, on the beach, laying by the sea, playing soccer, swimming through the waves, trying to talk to the locals in Portuguese (I know some words), and then partying on the beach every night.


Describe yourself in 3 words.

Sweet-tooth, nerd, party lover (well, 5 words ?)

ID90 Travel Profile Feature Meet David C.

Thank you for stopping by! We hope you enjoyed getting to know our good friend, and fellow ID90 Travel teammate, David C. Stay tuned to meet more of our incredible crew, or check out the “Our Team” tab under the “About” section on Interliner (to meet more peeps like Emily, CarterDebbieDavid B, Esteban, Lulu, and Roger). Until next time, safe travels, and keep your eyes on the skies!

Author: Emily (@ID90 Travel)

Emily is the Content Marketing Manager here at ID90 Travel. An avid non-rev flyer (she grew up in the industry), and passionate private pilot, Emily can’t get enough of all things aviation. When not writing awesome ID90 Travel content she can be found on a Texas patio, being one with nature, or annoying her ID90T co-workers with her many, many, crowdsourcing questions.