WEBSITES

Our website developer has produced dozens of aviation websites in his career. Kyle Elliott creates concise websites that are intuitive for airport staff to manage as well as for the end user to navigate. All are built on the number-one content management system in the world, and all are Section 508 & WCAG 2.1 compliant to ensure equal access to your airport’s information.

Through our work with airports, we’ve built everything from password-protected pages for private Board communication to low-fare inspiration walls that encourage travelers to book tickets. We’ve built sites to promote air shows and we’ve built interactive flight schedule calendars for airports that don’t have digital FIDS. We’ve developed custom job posting pages that align exactly with the needs of airport HR departments. We understand that airports have to reach different audiences with their websites, and we know what those audiences need.

Most significantly, we understand what it’s like for an airport that exists in the shadow of a large hub. As such, we see our websites as critical education tools for the community. Our websites help airports share their positive attributes as regional economic engines, as bridges that connect businesses worldwide and as the gateway for tourism in the area. With each website, we strive to highlight the best an airport has to offer to its passengers and the community at large.

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SAN LUIS OBISPO COUNTY REGIONAL AIRPORT (SBP)

The team at Aviatrix Communications has created several websites for SBP, including the airport’s primary public website. Unique features on sloairport.com include a low-fare inspiration wall, a booking engine, and an industry-leading low-cost calculator. Additionally, we have crafted individual landing pages that promote new destinations, an online enterprise operations management system, and a custom site that allows new employees to conduct their badge training online.

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Heber Valley Airport (HCR)

Aviatrix Communications developed a new dynamic website to explain the Heber Valley Airport’s master plan update process. The website features a news section with push notifications for new content, meeting calendar, document library, and information about the master plan process. The Heber Valley Flightpath team will utilize the website to gather information from the public and keep them up to date as the master plan update progresses.

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MEMPHIS-MILLINGTON AIRPORT (NQA)

While Memphis-Millington Airport is just a few miles away from Memphis International Airport, it’s an entirely different experience. NQA wanted a website that highlighted its quality amenities for general aviation but also the airport’s commercial-service potential. Large hero images, fresh icons and easy to use navigation all serve to detail the world-class experience pilots, passengers and aviation companies can expect from the airport.

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Meadows Field Airport (BFL)

Launching soon, the new Meadows Field Airport website will be a big leap from the old site. The new site is fully responsive and ADA compliant, with exciting new amenities like an airport blog and a low-fare inspiration page. The website provides comprehensive information for all kinds of airport users, including drone owners and passengers with disabilities. Clean and modern, the site also includes a flight status calendar that provides travelers with flight information without a full FIDS integration.