B2B Public Relations – Aviation Development and Airport Retail
Providing continuous B2B PR support in the international transport media throughout the year. We plan, create and deliver communication strategies with our expertise in air transport and substantial creative/media resources. With PPS’ broad capabilities in media, our clients benefit from our full in-house editorial, creative, and e-commerce skills. As well as drawing from the knowledge of our highly experienced anna.aero analysts, our PR clients gain added exposure through our excellent relationships with editors and journalists working within the air transport sector worldwide.
While also supporting our clients in a fully-managed PR programme, PPS participates in special features, the arrangement of interviews and journalist visits, as well as full support at aviation B2B events throughout the year.
We currently provide year-round B2B PR, reporting on the latest news to increase awareness and coverage pertaining to aviation development for: Budapest Airport, Cologne Bonn Airport, Avinor, Cornwall Airport Newquay and Milan Bergamo Airport.
Budapest Airport, Hungary’s capital city airport, welcomes more than 13 million passengers a year, flying on the gateway’s services to 125 destinations across 45 countries. We also provide B2B PR support reporting on the airport’s latest news and developments in airport retail.
Cologne Bonn Airport
Cologne Bonn Airport, the international airport of Germany’s fourth largest city, serves more than 12 million passengers and handled over 838,000 tonnes of cargo, in 2017.
Avinor, responsible for 45 state-owned airports in Norway handled 53.6 million passengers during the last 12 months. Including Oslo Airport, which serves 27 million annual passengers, Avinor’s next largest airports in 2017 were Bergen with six million passenger, and Trondheim and Stavanger both with four million passengers..
Cornwall Airport Newquay
Cornwall Airport Newquay, welcomed more than 450,000 passengers in 2017, experiencing its third year of double-digit growth, making the Southwest England airport the UK’s fastest growing airport for a second year.
Milan Bergamo Airport
Milan Bergamo Airport, Italy’s third largest airport by annual passenger numbers, welcomed more than 12 million passengers in 2017, flying on the airport’s services to 125 destinations across 35 countries.
East Midlands Airport
East Midlands Airport, owned and operated by MAG, experienced a 4.9% increase in passenger traffic in 2017. Welcoming more than 4.8 million passengers last year, the airport connects to 82 destinations across 29 countries..
Keflavik Airport, operated by Isavia and Iceland’s international hub, welcomed more than 8.8 million passengers in 2017. A 28% increase last year saw almost two million more passengers flying on the airport’s scheduled services to 107 destinations across 33 countries.
Billund Airport, Denmark’s second busiest gateway, handled 3.4 million passenger in 2017. With 2.3 million people living in its core catchment, the airport operates scheduled and charters services to 100 destinations across 33 countries.