North Peace Regional Airport to use survey data to examine issues including flight routes, parking
The tower of the North Peace Regional Airport
FORT ST. JOHN, BC -- The North Peace Regional Airport is asking the public for its feedback.
The airport is conducting a public survey in order to find out what’s important to customers and what can be improved.
Managing director Mike Karsseboom says one of the main problems he’s heard about is the parking system. Another is that the food options in the terminal haven’t changed in several years. Airport staff will be relying on the survey responses to see how they can address these aspects.
The airport is also looking to learn about any new flight routes locals might need. They will then be able to bring that information to airlines, including WestJet and Air Canada.
“We always look at potential service growth – new service providers or new destinations, those sorts of things,” says Karsseboom. “But it’s really good for us to be armed with the information about what services the public actually wants, and what kind of support those services would have before we have those discussions.”
The survey can be completed here, and is open until August 15th.