A final call has been made for air travellers from Dumfries and Galloway to take part in Glasgow Prestwick Airport’s largest ever travel survey.
The survey, which aims to identify the travel habits and opinions of people living within a two hour drive from the airport, has already seen almost 3500 people take part.
Due to end on Monday 29 February, the survey will provide the airport’s new management team with valuable customer information which will be used to help the airport’s business planning.
To take part in the survey people should visit: www.glasgowprestwick.com/supportus.
Every person who completes the survey will be eligible to win two flights from Glasgow Prestwick Airport to Alicante. Terms and conditions available on Glasgow Prestwick Airport’s website.
Mike Stewart, Business Development Director at Glasgow Prestwick Airport said: “We know the airport faces many commercial challenges over the next few years and this research will play a big part in helping us address that. Such a comprehensive survey has never been carried out by the airport so we hope as many people in Dumfries & Galloway as possible will take part.
“Almost 3500 people have already contributed so our firm hope is that we end up with the most comprehensive customer travel information we’ve ever had. We want to know how people travel, how they make travel decisions as well as their thoughts on Glasgow Prestwick Airport.”