Continental Airlines has made some significant improvements to the check-in areas of Terminal C at Houston’s Intercontinental Airport, the carrier’s main hub. Most notable (or at least most obvious) is the addition of new signage overhead, changing from the legacy LED-based signs to new LCD monitor-based systems. And they look pretty good:
There are a number of different options that can be displayed on the screens to handle the various things that might be going on at a particular station at any given time.
Even better, unlike the GIDS systems that are at the gates, the Lobby Information Display System (LIDS) screens do not include advertisements, so no waiting for it to loop through to figure out which line you’re supposed to be standing in.
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