Williston Basin International Airport in North Dakota, US, has selected software solutions provider Infax to provide digital signage and real-time flight information displays.

Under the agreement, Infax will install 39 monitors aimed to enable travellers to move through the airport and identify their flight information more conveniently.

The company’s WinFIDS 7.0 flight information display system offers arrival, departure and baggage details, as well as ticket counter displays.

Airport staff can also create personalised content for the signage using Infax’s Engage 3.0 software.

Williston Basin International Airport director Anthony Dudas said: “Passenger satisfaction is our top priority and we’ve included four gates and three passenger boarding bridges that provide protection from the elements, a new space for check-ins, an unmanned exit lane and high-tech signage that’s powered by Infax for people who rely on our facility to fulfill their travel needs.”

Infax sales and business development vice-president Tracy Davis said: “Airports today are embracing digital technologies and high-tech signage to further improve the overall passenger experience.

“Providing efficient messaging, real-time information and customisable services is advantageous for both the airport and passengers. It ultimately improves efficiency, reduces costs and helps drive revenue.”

Infax has provided its technology to multiple airports across the US, including Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International, Los Angeles International Airport, San Antonio International Airport and Detroit Metropolitan Airport.

Last year, the City of Williston selected Burns & McDonnell and Alliance Consulting to design important elements of the new Williston Basin International Airport.

The airport replaced Sloulin Field International Airport.