Its the biggest baddest new terminal in America, the JetBlue T5 at JFK. So, I flew in the other day, and using my newest nerd phone (3GS) I shot some video of airport ads that I loved.
I arrived and headed out to the curb and like everyone else, saw this awesome (get used to it, I use that word like a 16 yr old girl from california in 1986) wall wrap promoting Sprint technology. Ironic I used AT&T to document it.
When I came back a couple days later I had plenty of time to run around and explore more because my flight was delayed 3x for no good reason. Besides noticing how annoying security was that day and how little JetBlue employees cared about anything once inside the terminal, I found some more great ads.
One thing you'll notice is that the terminal is actually quite free of ad space. In true JC Decaux fashion, there is little ad space, but whats there is spectacular. They had their work-horse digital PDU's
And two amazing wall wraps for Fidelity targeting departing passengers to the airport. One on each side of the entrance to the terminal, they're huge.
I'm headed to ATL tomorrow on a media tour, so expect more....