Air traffic at the Charlotte County Airport has been on the rise since the appearance of discount carrier Allegiant Air in 2009. To meet the demands of these travelers, the airport is in the midst of extensive renovations, including a completely revamped website by 4What Interactive.
“Our goal was to design a clean and professional web presence that provides the public with quick access to the information they need”, said Wade Mastro, 4What’s Managing Partner. “In addition, the site was programmed to allow the airport to control the site’s content thus eliminating the delays associated with keeping the site up-to-date.”
From flight information, to terminal and parking layouts, to economic and business data, this new website offers a straightforward, intuitive interface for interested air travelers. Enter specific flight information and real-time data is displayed, even a map of the plane’s location if it’s in the air. Ground transportation and area tourism concerns are also covered.
“How we gage the public’s reaction to the new site is that our previous website was lacking in a few areas and we were getting between 25 and 30 calls a day asking questions,” said James Parish, assistant executive director. “Since launching the new site those have trickled down to maybe 2 or 3 day.”
General aviation users can take advantage of 4What’s new website as well. Hangar information, fuel prices, area lodging and restaurant links, and more are all found on the site.
4What, in business since 1995, is no stranger to airport website design. The interactive technology company also completed the current websites for Lee County’s Southwest Regional Airport and the Page Field Airport in Fort Myers.
See the new Charlotte County Airport website at www.FlyPGD.com
For further information on 4What’s Airport Website Solutions visit www.4what.com/what-we-do/products-link/airport-web-development/.