Alaska Park in Anchorage Installs FlyteBoard for On-Time Airport Travel Information

by Ashley Toney on March 10, 2016

Anchorage’s Only Valet Airport Parking Facility Offers 24-Hour Shuttles and Real-Time Flight Schedules for Nearby Ted Stevens International Airport

Alaska Park FlyteBoard

Alaska Park FlyteBoard

March 10, 2016

If you are flying out of Anchorage’s Ted Stevens International Airport, try parking at the only valet park-and-fly facility, Alaska Park. Most off-site airport lots offer shuttles, but Alaska Park features personalized curb to curb, first-class valet services and a FlyteBoard real-time airline flight schedule display from Flyte Systems in its lobby.

“Alaska Park offers personalized services that include 24/7 shuttle transportation to and from the airport for our customers, and we have a FlyteBoard in our lobby that displays all flights and gates,” said Andy Brinkman, general manager. “When customers arrive back in Anchorage we have their car cleaned off and snow-free, windows scraped and the interior warmed up. Not to mention a bottle of water waiting on their front seat. This lifts Alaska Park a long way above other parking companies here.”

Alaska Park is owned by the Tanadgusix Corporation (TDX), an Alaska Native village corporation, created under the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971. The facility is just one mile from Ted Stevens International Airport and offers a safe, well-lit drop-off and pick-up area. Alaska Park offers a secure location with 24-hour staff and surveillance for extra comfort.

“The first thing most customers do when they arrive is check their departure gate on our FlyteBoard. This saves them time at the airport,” Brinkman said. “FlyteBoard is also a valuable tool for our crew because they can see when flights are arriving and departing. This alerts them for an influx of arrivals and allows them to prepare customer’s cars before they come in on the shuttle. I first saw the FlyteBoard at a Seattle hotel and thought it was a great idea.”

“Parking facilities are an extremely important part of the air travel journey. When travelers arrive to park at their off-site lot, it helps them relax if they can confirm their flight’s departure time. This is a valuable service, and parking facilities that provide it have a loyal following,” said Flyte System’s Vice President Scott Triphahn.