LaGuardia Airport receives eight private work booths in Terminal B

 The hub sees over 15 million travelers annually.

February 07, 2018 |

Courtesy Jabbrrbox

New York City’s LaGuardia Airport recently had eight Jabbrrbox work booths installed in Terminal B in an effort to improve the modern travel experience.

The work booths provide acoustically-sound, private spaces equipped with free and secure WiFi, flight-tracking abilities, terminal maps, and a photobooth app. Expansions include Bluetooth connectivity, a camera for video conference calls, in-booth speakers, screen-sharing capabilities, and speakers for music and handsfree calling.

 

Jabbrrbox at LGACourtesy Jabbrrbox.

 

“We saw the need for space as a service. That’s where Jabbrrbox comes in: for on-the-go calls or as an on-demand quiet workspace, Jabbrrbox is your space-away-from-office,” says Brian Hackathron, Jabbrrbox Co-Founder and CEO, in a release.

Users can access each Jabbrrbox in 30-minute increments for $15. Once reserved, each user is provided with a door passcode and WiFi password.

 

Jabbrrbox installed at LGACourtesy of Jabbrrbox.

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