Red Deer airport launches website

Red Deer Airport has launched a new website that its CEO says is part of broader effort to improve the facility for its users.

Red Deer Airport has launched a new website that its CEO says is part of broader effort to improve the facility for its users.

“As with our current airport terminal enhancements, we are striving to serve our customers’ needs by focusing on convenient relevant information and content and providing enhanced functionality and improved navigation,” said RJ Steenstra. “The website was designed entirely with this in mind.”

Located at www.flyreddeer.com, the website is now more visually appealing, easier to navigate and has improved search engine optimization.

This should help increase the visibility of the airport in the community and beyond, said Steenstra.

The Red Deer Airport was the second busiest regional airport in Canada last year, with 44,000 aircraft movements and serving 7,000 charter or business aviation passengers.

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