Flyte Systems expanded its international presence with the announcement that the Trump International Hotel & Tower Panama implemented the FlytePass boarding pass printing travel service. FlytePass enables guests to confirm flights and print boarding passes in the comfort of the Trump Panama Business Center.
“We have a truly international guest mix with about 60 percent business travelers. Virtually all of them arrive at our property from the Tocumen International Airport here in Panama City, Panama. This is why our new FlytePass boarding pass printing service is so valuable,” said Erica Moreno, property director of sales and marketing. “Most of our guests are experienced travelers. Many tell us how convenient it is to check flights and print their boarding pass while they are on property. It is the perfect travel amenity for a busy hotel like the Trump Panama.”
Trump International Hotel & Tower Panama rises 70 stories above Panama Bay. The hotel provides exclusive amenities, innovative accommodations and the signature services of Trump Attaché. The property’s sleek design evokes a majestic sail fully deployed in the wind and is the tallest and largest building in Central America. Trump Panama is near Punta Pacifica’s sophisticated shops and nightlife, five minutes from the financial district and minutes from Panama City.
Flyte Systems is the leading provider of cost effective international airport travel information. The company delivers displays and digital signage content for the hospitality, corporate training center, digital signage and convention center industries and related businesses. Flyte Systems is a division of Industrial Television Services (ITS), based in Chicago. ITS is a respected digital signage solutions company with more than 50 years of experience specializing in real-time information delivery.
“The world is shrinking with the acceleration of international travel for companies and families. When hotels or travel-related businesses make air travel more convenient with solutions like FlytePass, guests value it, and the result is customer loyalty,” said Scott Triphahn, vice president of Flyte Systems.