Flight Information Displays (FIDS) offer an easy and accessible way for clients and customers to visualise flight data and understand current flight conditions. With online mapping, commercially they can showcase the extent of your network and your status as a destination airport.
For passengers they present real time ‘at a glance’ weather and flight information on a range of devices, enhancing passenger experience and customer service at every stage of their journey. Underpinned by OAG’s definitive airline schedules database and infrastructure, they provide the detail travellers want and the reassurance they need.
Maximise your online influence by ensuring customers can access airline and airport route information in the most impactful way. Demonstrate your airport's network and connection strengths by mapping it on a global travel landscape. Overlay the places of interest, cultural and commercial hubs that make it a significant and exciting destination.
Show current air traffic congestion and how close specific flights are to landing, with the option of weather overlay. Help travellers and those collecting them make the right decisions in real time.
National or regional map displaying animated radar weather, shown on a configurable loop, overlaid on a user-friendly map. Pair with Air Traffic Live to include flight status information to help customers understand the cascading effects of weather on their downstream flights.
In-air position feeds and radar data provide unambiguous information about the location and heading of flights. Global ADS-B feeds and the FAA’s ASDI feed in North America eases pressure on airport and airline staff to disseminate changing information.
Help travellers plan around delays and cancellations with current national or regional airport delay displays. Overlay a 4-hour weather loop to help them understand the causes of weather-related flight delays at their destination via user-friendly maps.
One of the central parts of a day of travel experience, our market-leading FIDS displays can be deployed anywhere travellers need to see them, from ticket counters and baggage claim to hotel lobbies and conference centres.