Texas Airports Team Up to Restore Consumer Confidence in Flying
Austin, TX (August 19, 2020) – COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on the travel and tourism industry, but through it all Texas airports have remained open.
The Texas Commercial Airports Association (TCAA) and its member airports are teaming up to spread the word on the new safety protocols and enhanced health procedures implemented at airports around the state. The new campaign is designed to restore consumer confidence in air travel and to remind travelers that Texas airports are ready to help them travel safely when they are ready to travel again.
TCAA and its member airports are committed to ensuring that passengers know they can Fly Safe Texas. The hashtag #FlySafeTexas reminds passengers that safety remains our number one priority. Airport executives created a special video pledge promoting the health and safety message. The video is available on each airport’s social media platforms and websites.
In addition to the video, an educational coloring and activity book has been created just in time for back to school. The book targets primary students and is also accessible on social media and websites and is free to download. COLORING/ACTIVITY BOOK DOWNLOAD HERE or below.
Airports participating include: Austin Bergstrom International Airport, Corpus Christi International Airport, Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Dallas Love Field Airport, El Paso International Airport, George Bush Intercontinental Airport, Lubbock Preston Smith International Airport, San Antonio International Airport and William P. Hobby Airport.
For information on TCAA and its member airports visit www.texas-airports.com.
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The Texas Commercial Airports Association (TCAA) is a non-profit organization made up of commercial airports in Texas and was formed to assist the airports around the state in collaboration and coordination of advocacy and education efforts. TCAA's mission is to advocate and influence federal and state public policy issues of critical importance to the Texas commercial passenger airports, and to advance air service development, tourism, education and benefits for the traveling public and the communities they serve. For more information about the Texas Commercial Airports Association, visit texas-airports.com.