×

Read this case study by completing this form.

First Name
Last Name
Company Name
Phone Number
Your Industry
State
Opt-In to future emails
Thank you!
Error - something went wrong!
   

Charlotte Douglas Airport Case Study

As the primary air travel hub for the Carolinas and gateway to much of the American Southeast, Charlotte Douglas International Airport services millions of travelers every year. To bolster its ability to offer premiere air travel services, the city of Charlotte enacted a $2.5 billion renovation project entitled “Destination CLT,” which will revamp several elements of the airport and its facilities by 2025. This dramatic overhaul focuses primarily on large-scale physical expansions, including the construction of new gates, a new runway, expanded roadways and curbfronts, and a new air traffic control tower. Though impressive, these renovations didn’t exactly bring a “wow” factor that the airport hoped to inject into their passengers’ overall experience. For that objective, they turned towards finding a futuristic digital art feature that could serve as a defining symbol for the airport and the city as a whole.

No Previous Flipbooks

Next Flipbook
The Role of Dynamic Signage in an Evolving Airport Environment
The Role of Dynamic Signage in an Evolving Airport Environment

New NanoLumens White Paper Looks at How Dynamic LED Digital Signage is Shaping the Modern Airport Terminal ...