A business traveler uses the Wi-Fi network at Ford airport while waiting for a flight. Courtesy Ford airport
Business and leisure travelers will notice better access and faster service when they go online at Gerald R. Ford International Airport.
Ford airport said today that it has upgraded its Wi-Fi network, which will allow travelers to "work more efficiently" at the airport.
Brian Ryks, the airport’s executive director, said the upgrade is the result of listening to “passengers’ wants and needs.”
“Many of our travelers like to get work done while they wait for their flight, and this upgraded system will help passengers make the most of their time while they are in our airport,” Ryks said.
Ford airport’s enhanced Internet access is provided by the Grand Rapids-based telecom provider Iserv.
Iserv called the upgraded service “world class” and said it’s proud to “partner with the airport” to help connect passengers to the Internet access they require for their many devices.