Jabbrrbox has already installed soundproof connected workspaces at eight U.S. airports and the new partnership will result in 50 additional Escape Pods being rolled by this fall, including at Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport (GSP), which was selected as the first new cobranded location.
Other airports offering Escape Pods in the coming months include McCarran International Airport (LAS), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) Terminal 8 and Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA).
Escape Pods are technology equipped private spaces which can provide a high value for consumers and turn underutilized space into revenue for airport operators. MAG USA will bring to the Escape brand recognition and a strong distribution network that will support expansion into a wide network of airports and reach a large existing and loyal customer base.
Travelers can use the soundproof Escape Pods for meditating, gaming, practicing an instrument or taking an important business call. Each Escape Pod has a table and is fitted with a fast, private, encrypted Wi-Fi connection, as well as a 24” screen where users can interact with the Jabbrrbox app to track their flight, adjust the comfort of their environment and take a business video call.
“The timing couldn’t be better,” says Martin Jones, MAG USA CEO. “As the industry recovers, it can be overwhelming for a lot of travelers to jump back in. The Escape Pods offer an accommodating space for privacy and rest amid the chaos of the airport.”