Passengers have a new way to charge-up at GSP
Date: March 23, 2011
Greer, SC – The Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport has recently added two prototype electronic device charging stations to the terminal’s “A” concourse.
“These days everyone has a laptop, iPod, cell phone, netbook or electronic book reader,” said GSP Vice President and COO Kevin Howell. “…our goal is to include customer service amenities for passengers that will add convenience to their visit to GSP.”
The prototype stations have a total of six outlets each with two three-prong power sockets on each outlet and enough countertop space to accommodate leisure and business travelers. The stations will be observed during the next few months to determine how they are being utilized and if the design will withstand the growth in GSP terminal traffic. “If the stations are as functional, durable and convenient as we believe and there is positive feedback, then we plan to strategically build five or six charging stations throughout the terminal,” said Howell.
The charging stations were designed by RS&H, and constructed by SYS Constructors and Satterfield Woodworking, Inc.
For more information contact Whitney Code at 864.848.6249
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