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"Albany Intl Airport takes its show on the road"



Recommend you contact Albany Airport directly for a copy of their marketing
videos.

POC:
Mr. John C. Egan
Chief Executive Officer
Albany County Airport Auth
Administration Building Ste 200
Albany International Airport
Albany, NY 12211-1057
Phone: (518)242-2222
Fax: (518)242-2641

----- Original Message -----
From: "Susan Kittle" <skittle@xxxxxxxx>
To: <mpr@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, December 22, 2000 9:37 AM
Subject: RE: CAA: Airport Marketing & Public Relation, AirportMarketing&
Public Relation,"Albany Intl Airport takes its show on the road"


> Ditto, I would also like more information about the films as well as
possible get a copy. We have commercials that are running on all of the
local networks and cable.  We also have an 8 min. video on everything you
wanted to know and more about the airport.
>
>
>
> Susan Kittle
> Lehigh Valley International Airport, Allentown, PA
> skittle@xxxxxxxx
>
> >>> "Rosylin Weston" <rweston@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> 12/22/00 08:31AM >>>
> Tell me more about these films.  How long are they?  What do you talk
about
> in them?  Are you using real passengers or actors?  Can I get a copy of
one?
>
> Thanks, Rosylin Weston, GSP International, Greer, South Carolina
> 864-848-6256
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Stephen Irwin [mailto:stepheni@xxxxxxxxx]
> Sent: Thursday, December 21, 2000 12:54 PM
> To: Airport News
> Subject: CAA: Airport Marketing & Public Relation, "Albany Intl Airport
> takes its show on the road"
>
>
> December 18, 2000
>
> Albany, N.Y., AirportĘS Promotional Film Targets Airlines to Increase
> Service
> By Jean DerGurahian
> The Times Union, Albany (NY)
>
>
> Dec. 18--Albany International Airport is taking its show on the road.
>
> The airport authority has developed a series of films in an effort to get
> airlines to increase service to the airport.
>
> The first film targets Southwest Airlines Co., said John Egan, chief
> executive officer of the airport. The Dallas-based discount carrier began
> offering service to Baltimore and Las Vegas out of Albany in May.
>
> Now the airport hopes Southwest will add direct flights to Chicago,
> Nashville, Tenn., and Fort Lauderdale, Fla., -- cities through which
> numerous business travelers on various airlines pass.
>
> About half the 1.5 million travelers on all airlines out of Albany
> International are business travelers paying more money to fly than
> vacationers do, Egan said.
>
> Egan said he thinks Southwest, which targets business travelers, can
> increase its number of business travelers between 16 percent and 18
percent
> by adding direct flights to the three cities. More than 50 percent of
> Southwest's passengers out of Albany currently are on business trips.
>
> The airport, along with a number of economic developers and political
> leaders, spent a lot of time and money to woo Southwest -- a popular
airline
> because of its low fares and flight efficiency -- to open business in the
> Capital Region.
>
> Kristin Nelson, spokeswoman at Southwest, said Albany is meeting the
> airline's expectations.
>
> Southwest is noncommittal so far. "We add service where customers demand
it.
> As we continue to see demand in Albany, we will consider expanding there,"
> Nelson said.
>
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