Mandarin Oriental Boston gives guests real-time travel information

Mandarin Oriental Boston implements FlyteChannel onto all of its guestrooms televisions. FlyteChannel, developed by Flyte Systems, provides real-time airline flight information for Boston’s Logan International Airport.

“Boston Logan International Airport serves as the gateway to our city for many of our business and leisure travelers,” said Alain Negueloua Mandarin Oriental Boston’s general manager. “We are always looking for new ways to blend technology with superior service to benefit our guests. We strive to make traveling for guests as effortless as possible by providing real-time airline arrival, departure and gate information in the convenience of our guestrooms.”

FlyteChannel displays cities, flight numbers, scheduled and actual arrival/departure times, airline logos, and gates in the same familiar format used by airports. FlyteChannel is compatible with all major in-room TV technologies. Flyte Systems works with the property’s in-room provider to get FlyteChannel up and running quickly and smoothly.

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