Bishop International Airport’s Terminal Expansion includes new signage from Infax

Passengers flying into and out of Bishop International Airport in Flint, MI, will have a little more room to roam, thanks to a recently completed airside terminal expansion and enhancement project that included the addition of 16 new flat panel LCDs and device display controllers to the Airport’s existing Infax multi-user flight information display system.

The project included a new Samuel Adams-themed bar and grill, which features a number of TV screens as well as several new flight monitors, allowing passengers to keep an eye on the game and their gate as well. Infax also installed dedicated LCDs for news and weather, in addition to adding new monitors at all the gates.

Flint’s Airport Director, Jim Rice, was extremely pleased with the professionalism of Infax.  “During our airside expansion, we wanted to make sure that our passengers’ traveling experience was improved as much as possible. Infax did a fantastic job installing nine new monitors for use as flight information displays, televisions and weather maps. They also installed new Gate Information Displays at all of our gates, and set up all of the necessary connections.  From start to finish, the clarity of the monitors, the customer service, and the support were all top-notch, and I would recommend Infax to any airport.”

For more information on the project, check out our press release.

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