A new website for the recently rebranded Teesside International Airport has today been launched by Darlington digital agency, Hush Digital.
The custom-built website, which, amongst other things, will allow customers to pre-book car parking spaces, was designed by the leading agency in record time and to the delight of new operators Tees Valley Combined Authority and Stobart Aviation.
Hush Digital is a boutique digital agency which offers the full digital service range, from website design to digital marketing.
Creative director of the award-winning agency, Jonny Overfield said: “We were appointed at the beginning of August, with the project requiring an extremely tight turnaround time, and the client is over the moon with everything we have done.”
Business development director, Rosie Whelpton added: “We have created a completely bespoke design tailored to the airport’s exact requirements, where visitors can discover key areas for parking and other airport facilities, view live flight information, check out destinations, see what’s available at the airport and how to find it. The site has a super slick and simple navigation structure to allow visitors to quickly and easily find what they need, and it’s completely responsive to function fluidly across a range of devices.”
The previously named Durham Tees Valley Airport was brought under public ownership in January, after a £40million deal spearheaded by Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen. Since then, it has been a busy few months for the airport, which, alongside operator Stobart Aviation, recently announced new flights to Spain and a second season of flights to Bulgaria.
Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen said: “In these days of digital connectivity, an easy-to-use, on-brand website is worth its weight in gold. This may very well be the first impression that many people across the world get of our new Teesside International Airport or, in fact, our whole region.
“In our ambitions to put local businesses first, Darlington-based Hush Digital is another company that is benefitting from the airport being brought back into public ownership, for the good of our residents and firms.”