Current Airport Advertisers
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.
Digital Advertising Opportunities
The terminal is undergoing a major facelift. During construction, the Airport is currently working to transition our backlit static ads with 50+ digital monitors throughout the new modernized terminal and a new touch screen digital wine feature as well as planning a rotating wine tasting and wine sales venue in the terminal. There is no final pricing structure at this time, but we expect a final pricing schedule to be developed by Spring 2022. We are currently inviting advertisers to participate in a free digital advertising testing program on limited monitors in the terminal during construction. At the end of the beta testing period, we will be surveying our advertisers for suggestions and feedback on a pricing structure and ideal advertising packages. If you would like to be part of this beta testing program please send an email to email@example.com
Complimentary luggage carts offer double-sided advertising exposure to arriving and departing passengers.
To learn more about advertising at the Charles M. Schulz – Sonoma County Airport, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to review rates and availability. The advertising policy is listed below for your reference as well:
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