Doncaster Sheffield Airport - Business Survey

24th December 2013

Robin Hood Airport Doncaster Sheffield is launching a regional wide business survey, to obtain feedback on business travel trends in order to gauge future route opportunities for travellers within the Sheffield City Region.

  The results of the business survey will play a major part in the vision, strategy and business plan for the airport for the next five years. The airport is working in partnership with RDC Aviation, the regional Chambers of Commerce and the Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership to deliver the survey. This is part of a major programme of research that Doncaster Sheffield Airport has commissioned since The Peel Group's re-acquisition of the airport earlier this year.   As a thank to everyone who responds to the survey, they will be entered into a prize draw to win two tickets to Warsaw or Gdansk courtesy of Wizz Air. All responses to the business survey will be treated in the strictest confidence.    To take part in the airport's business survey visit www.robinhoodairport.com  

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