The World's No. 1 OLED TV Enhances the Passenger Experience at the Newly Opened Mactan Cebu Airport

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LG Electronics Philippines, the world’s leading OLED TV manufacturer, has on display its ultra-slim, 55-inch C8 OLED TVs at the newly launched Mactan-Cebu International Airport Terminal 2. Twenty-four units are strategically placed atN the apron areas, departure check-in and departure gates, where dwells or waiting are high, and engagement can take on optimal possibilities. 

Every day, the new 65,500-square-meter terminal hosts thousands of passengers from various points of origin, from families on holiday to high-powered business executives. Travelers about to embark on an overseas adventure or those waiting for connecting flights are able to experience for themselves the breath-taking features of LG’s OLED TV. 

These best-selling OLED TVs employ the latest technology, guaranteeing the clearest, most realistic images in an unbelievably thin 4mm display. By setting intense colors against perfect blacks, it realizes a vibrant, true-to-life display while providing wider faster response speed. The OLED TV’s bold, razor-slim design also lends itself perfectly to an airport environment, with its wide viewing angle ensuring a first-rate picture from almost any viewing position. This is the first time OLED TVs are displayed in a Philippine airport. 

It’s an honor to see our displays up and running at the Mactan-Cebu International Airport Terminal 2. We are excited about the opportunity to introduce travelers from across the region to the beauty of the LG OLED TV,” says Mr. Inkwun Heo, Managing Director of LG Philippines. “These OLED displays perfectly complement the stunning features of the new addition to Cebu’s international airport.” 

The Mactan-Cebu International Airport, styled as the country’s first resort airport, features soaring wooden arches fortified by steel ramparts and a wave-like roof that give the airport a tropical feel. Interior designer Budji Layug and world-famous Cebuano furniture maker Kenneth Cobonpue helped conceptualize the terminal. 

Terminal 2 started commercial operations last July 1. 07/05/2018 (The Lifestyle Portal)

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