Hyatt Place Jacksonville Airport installs FlyteBoard digital signage

Newly renovated Hyatt Place Jacksonville Airport will include a FlyteBoard digital signage flight information display among its upgraded guest amenities. Flyte Systems’ FlyteBoard is a subscription digital signage solution that shows real-time arrivals, departures and gate information for one or more airports. The 127-room Hyatt Place Jacksonville Airport hotel is near the Jacksonville International Trade Port and close to companies that include Mercedes Benz, Coach and BAE Systems.
 
“Most of our guests are business travelers moving through Jacksonville International,” said GM Marcus Patrick. “We also handle several crew room contracts. That makes having a FlyteBoard flight information digital signage display a very important service for us. I managed another airport property in Atlanta that had FlyteBoard. FlyteBoard proved its value as a guest service amenity. We saw that our guests congregated in front of it to verify their flight times and confirm transportation. I think if you have an airport property, you have to offer FlyteBoard to keep your guests on time.”
 
In addition to easy airport accessibility The Hyatt Place Jacksonville Airport is also convenient to some of the most pristine beaches in Northeast Florida at Little Talbot Island and Amelia Island. The property offers free Wi-Fi, hot breakfast, and complimentary 24-hour Stay Fit fitness center.
 
Flyte Systems provides real-time flight information displays and tailored digital signage solutions.

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