Fly YQQ taking off this week

The Comox Valley Airport presented the inaugural edition of a new stakeholder publication entitled Fly YQQ this week.

  • Mar. 3, 2011 2:00 p.m.

The Comox Valley Airport presented the inaugural edition of a new stakeholder publication entitled Fly YQQ this week.The external newsletter will be available four times per year to YQQ stakeholders, interested passengers and members of the public.“This publication is intended to keep all of our stakeholders informed about news and events at the Comox Valley Airport,” said CEO Shirley de Silva.  “It is an important component of our new public relations program and a key part of our commitment to improve our communications with community partners, passengers and airlines.”The newsletter was released by direct e-mail to YQQ stakeholders Tuesday, and it is available to all interested members of the public on the Comox Valley Airport’s website.Read Fly YQQ at www.comoxairport.com under About Us/Publications. To subscribe, e-mail info@comoxairport.com with the subject heading Subscribe to Fly YQQ.— Comox Valley Airport

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