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EYE to Lead DOOH Overhaul at Qantas Terminals

EYE to Lead DOOH Overhaul at Qantas Terminals
  • EYE has announced their plans to lead a transformation of advertising media in Qantas domestic terminals located in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth.

The project at Qantas terminals comes after a recent renewal of advertising rights between the two organizations. The partnership includes the exclusive media rights to the general passenger areas within these Qantas terminals and is the largest airport media contract in the country.

With airport audiences across the four airports having grown by 28% over the past five years, EYE will be investing more than $10 million in the media redevelopment. The transformation will include large format digital sites, which allow advertisers to interactively engage with travelers. The screens will include the capability for social media integration.

In addition to the media overhaul, EYE will be offering more flexible options for advertisers so they can schedule different messages on digital inventory by day part, day of week and airport precinct.

“This new contract continues the long term and highly successful partnership between Qantas and EYE and will run through to the expiry of the terminal leases,” said Qantas’ Rob Sharp, Global Head of Commercial Airport Infrastructure & Services.

“We are very excited about the new interactive and engaging opportunities that the media transformation will present to advertisers and passengers alike,” he said.

EYE’s ANZ Chief Executive Officer, Mike Tyquin said, “Out-of-Home is increasingly about engaging with and activating audiences. Airports have always been at the forefront of Out-of-Home innovation and with this redevelopment we will be creating opportunities for advertisers to interact with the high value travelling consumer to really bring their brands to life.”

For more information: www.eyecorp.com