Airport Partners offers digital

LONDON - Regional airport outdoor media owner Airport Partners has launched its first multi-airport digital ad product across seven of its airports.

Airport Partners: multi-airport digital ad offering
Airport Partners: multi-airport digital ad offering

The 77-screen digital network includes the departure lounges and arrivals areas of Glasgow Prestwick, Newcastle, Leeds Bradford, Norwich, Bristol, Exeter and Plymouth.

The offering has been developed by Airport Partners managing director Paula Oliver, who joined the company from JCDecaux Airport where she was involved in developing its digital portfolio.

Andrew Walker, chairman of Airport Partners, said the network is the "next generation of advertising" at regional airports.

Airport Partners, founded in 2006, now sells across 20 airports, including Blackpool and  Gloucester-shire, and is part of AdGroup, which offers airport, ferry and sponsorship opportunities.

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