Flyte Systems works with Diamond Desmond in Albany

 

The Diamond Desmond Hotel and Conference Center in Albany, NY.

Flyte Systems installed the FlyteBoard and FlyteChannel real-time airline flight information software solutions into the Diamond Desmond Hotel and Conference Center in Albany, NY, on July 27.

“Reliable, real-time airline flight information is a high-value amenity for our guests, many of whom travel to and from Albany International Airport,” said John D’Adamo, general manager of the 323-room Desmond Hotel and Conference Center.  “Flyte Systems enables our guests to conveniently check flight times on their in-room televisions and on a FlyteBoard display in our lobby.  Many guests also print their boarding passes at the terminal in our business center.”

Flyte Systems also produces several other products designed for the traveling public, including:

FlyteBoard, a wall, floor, or ceiling mounted high-definition, flat panel screen for lobbies, restaurants, bars, and other public areas, displaying flight information for one or more airports.

FlytePass, which combines FlyteTouch with free, secure boarding pass printing. It can be provided as a stand-alone or packaged in either an all-wood kiosk or an integrated metal kiosk to match hotel décor.

FlyteChannel permits guests to view live airport flight information from their in-room television.

FlyteTouch enables guests to search flight information using an interactive touch screen that displays real-time flight arrivals and departures for one or more airports.

FlytePad is a mobile-ready service that delivers real-time airline information via the iPad, enabling hotel staff to provide guests with airline information anywhere and anytime.

For more information, visit www.flytesystems.com.

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