Category Airport

Cleveland Airport to Offer Clear Channel’s ClearVision

ALLENTOWN, Pa.Clear Channel Airports (CCA) will begin offering its ClearVision in-airport TV network at Cleveland Hopkins International Airport early next year.

Cleveland/Hopkins is the fourth airport in the United States to install ClearVision to-date. Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport initiated its service in December 2012, followed by Raleigh-Durham International Airport and Dallas Love Field Airport.

“The installation of ClearVision at CLE is a significant milestone in our ongoing commitment to helping airports across the country reach their goals,” said Ricky Smith, Cleveland/Hopkins airport director. ““We’re always looking for ways to improve our customers’ experiences here at the airport...

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Titan Lands at Charlotte-Douglas with Ad Contract

CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Titan began a new five-year agreement last week for advertising contract for Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT), following a competitive selection process.

The contract is the largest single location for Titan’s airport division, Titan Air, launched in April 2012 and already is the media partner of United Airlines, Westchester Country Airport in New york, and John Wayne Airport in California.

Titan committed to spend $1.5 million in capital to refurbish and beautify the airport’s advertising displays in the airport, with half going to digital inventory that will also communicate with and entertain passengers...

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JCDecaux Installs JFK Displays; LVMH Exclusive Client

NEW YORK — JCDecaux unveiled giant twin HD digital signs in Terminal 1 at John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK). The two high-definition displays, each measuring more than 15′ X 7′, feature fully synchronized content. Both are strategically located above the terminal’s TSA security entrance where they will be seen by all departing passengers.

Photo courtesy JCDecaux

Terminal 1 handles 4.6 million passengers annually, channeling traveling to Europe, Asia and Mexico with 21 airlines, such as Air France, Lufthansa, Alitalia, Aeroflot, Aeromexico, Japan Airlines, Korean Air and Air China. The terminal also provides one of the most comprehensive travel retail offerings with many high-end, upscale boutiques for wines and spirits, cosmetics, jewelry, fashion and accessories.

LVMH Moet Hennessey — Louis Vuitton pr...

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