Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport North installs FlyteBoard hotel flight information display

Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport North installed the FlyteBoard real-time airline hotel flight information display from Flyte Systems. Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport North offers an array of services and features designed to meet the evolving needs of today's travelers.

"We operate a high-energy corporate property. Our guests want to know if their flight is on time before they get on our shuttle," said Marcus Patrick, general manager of the 150-room Hyatt Place Atlanta Airport North. "We just positioned a FlyteBoard airline flight information display in our lobby and the guests love it. All our guests take time to check their flight schedules before they leave. If a flight is delayed, they stay on property."

Flyte Systems offers a suite of products that serve the traveling public: FlyteBoard, FlytePass, FlyteChannel, FlyteTouch, FlytePad with handheld mobile airline information, and FlyteEvents. The company's latest innovation is InfoBoard, which combines airline flight information with total property way-finding, weather, traffic, area attractions, and much more.

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