Airport studies ‘scheduled air service’

The Lake Simcoe Regional Airport is investigating the possibility of implementing scheduled air service.
The Greater Barrie Chamber of Commerce has issued an ‘e-news’ bulletin on the matter, advising members that the airport seeks input regarding the possibility of scheduled air service.
Interested parties are asked to download a survey from the airport, and return it by 4 p.m., Friday, Jan. 14
“Thank you for taking the time to provide your input regarding the airport and aviation services from the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport. The results of this survey will provide input into the data collection and service development assessment being undertaken to determine the potential for possible future scheduled air service from the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport,” the survey begins.
Questions the survey asks include:
• Do you see the local economy growing at a similar pace as today or higher (or lower)?
• Where does the business and leisure air travel from this area fly out of today (i.e. Toronto’s LB Pearson Airport, Lake Simcoe Regional Airport, Buttonville Airport, others)?
• How satisfied are you with the existing air services choices available to you today?
• Are you familiar with the location of the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport?
• What would be the advantages to you of taking a direct flight out of the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport rather than another point of departure?
• Would you consider it to be desirable for your travel/aviation interests if some of the General Aviation activity at Buttonville would be relocated to the Lake Simcoe Regional Airport?
• What would you like Lake Simcoe Regional Airport to be known for in five years time?

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