Online survey to determine demand for additional airline service

On-Line Survey to Determine Demand for Additional Airline Service in Eastern North Carolina

Survey Will Help Determine Business-Based Demand for Service to and through Washington’s Dulles Airport

KINSTON, NORTH CAROLINA (March 27, 2012) – Now is your chance to have a say in the future of air service in eastern North Carolina.  A consortium of regional counties have launched an air service survey, collecting data on local travel patterns that will be shared with prospective airlines to support new flights – targeted specifically towards service to Washington Dulles airport, with connecting flights to the northeast and Europe.

The results of the survey will reveal the number of trips local travelers take each year, which airports they’re using now, where they’re traveling to, and what local travelers would support in terms of local service at the Airport.
The survey is open to anyone, and can be reached at this website:  The survey will be open through the end of April.

The survey is one step in a larger eastern North Carolina air service development effort.  The results will support the recruitment of new service at the Kinston Regional Jetport.

Mark Pope
Executive Director
Lenoir County Economic Development Department
(252) 527-1963
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