About Aviatrix: Your Aviation and Airport Marketing Specialists
Aviatrixavi· a· trix | \ˌā-vē-ˈā-triks
A woman who is an aviator; a pilot
In 1908, Thérèse Peltier became the first woman to fly solo in a heavier-than-air craft. Hundreds of women followed her footsteps and entered the new world of aviation, defying convention and setting record after record. They were air-racers, barnstormers, heroines and adventurers, and they changed the way we look at aviation forever.
Founded in the same spirit that made aviatrices such pioneers, Aviatrix Communications is here to help airports and aviation companies perform their own incredible feats of outreach and engagement. We’re fearless and cutting-edge, award-winning and capable. We believe that the aviation industry is a new adventure every day, and can’t wait to use our enthusiasm and our experience to help you share your organization’s positive impact on your community.
More than 100 years of experience
Incredibly, our team members have more than a century of cumulative aviation experience. We have worked with general aviation and large hub airports, on the ramp and in the boardroom. We have supported clients across the country with an immense variety of projects—everything from mapping to meetings, websites to branding. We have a proven track record of success with: Strategic outreach, Marketing, Branding, Crisis communications, Website development, Social media management, Public relations, Airport master plan outreach, and Event coordination.
The story behind our success
With more than a century of providing outreach guidance and strategy, the Aviatrix Communications team goes beyond sharing key messages to airport audiences (although we’re really good at that). We assist aviation firms in providing public outreach during master plans and construction projects, improve website SEO, and develop brands that are relevant and memorable. We believe that all of these strategies improve the way communities feel about their airports, and that increased community engagement drives increased passenger traffic and revenues.