The Orlando International Airport is winning accolades for its passenger experience, expecting a massive jump in holiday travel, and releasing new information on key innovations at the airport. Following a press release from the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (GOAA), WFTV today reported on new ways the airport is ensuring travelers have a safe and pleasant journey. The video walls at the check-in counter were in the spotlight, with the station reporting that airport officials are installing 700 55-inch flat-screen monitors over the next few years. See their story on the video wall below.
The Orlando Sentinel also reported on the video walls. Caitlin Dineen wrote about the content strategy and future plans for this unique digital media display: “The screens feature airline and airport news including security-checkpoint wait times, gate information and messaging about Orlando as a destination… Eventually the screens will also display interactive games designed to keep families traveling with children occupied during the check-in process. The games will challenge passengers to find hidden items on the screen and other games that do not require any hand-held devices to play.”
The article also noted how the screens can be seen from outside the terminal to help passengers find their way to the appropriate check-in counter.
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