Current Airport Advertisers

Alliance Redwoods —Sonoma Canopy Tours

6250 Bohemian Highway
Occidental, CA 95465

Bennett Lane

3340 Hwy 128
Calistoga, CA, 94515
(877) 629-6272


3331-A Industrial Drive
Santa Rosa, CA 95403
(707) 528-1161


Santa Rosa, CA 95403


Marin Convention and Visitors Bureau

(415) 925-2060
1-866-925-2060 (toll free)

Mendocino Railway
Skunk Train

Foot of Laurel Street
Fort Bragg, CA 95437
(707) 964-6371

Treasury Wine

Napa, CA 94558

Airport Terminal Advertising

The Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport (STS) provides a great opportunity for local, regional and national brands to advertise their goods and services. In 2019 over 450,000 passengers flew through STS.

The Airport is a gateway for tourists and business professionals alike, with easy access to a diverse economy and strong tourism market. The terminal offers several rental car agencies, a restaurant, and serves as a location for Sonoma County Airport Express, which carries over 350,000 riders annually.

Terminal Backlit Signs

Backlit signs are available throughout the terminal, in various sizes, and include overhead and wall-mounted displays.

Luggage Carts

Complimentary luggage carts offer double-sided advertising exposure to arriving and departing passengers.

Special Event Signage

Special event signage may be available and priced according to placement and duration.

Rack Cards

Rack cards are included with all advertising Contracts. To offer a rack card on our wall display please contact Certified Folders directly at 800.799.7373 or Monthly rates are minimal.

Learn More

To learn more about advertising at the Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport, please contact to review rates and availability. The advertising policy, diagram and rates are listed below for your reference as well:

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