Sacramento International Airport (SMF) has revamped its website by launching OAG’s Route Mapper tool on the site, www.sacairports.org.
The new application aids travelers who use SMF as their airport of choice, enabling them to search online more easily for flight and flight-related information. With OAG’s Route Mapper, visitors to SMF’s website can:
● Search nonstop and connecting flights to and from Sacramento simply by clicking on a visual global map of cities served by the airport;
● View a timetable of all available flights from the chosen city, for all airlines flying the route;
● View detailed information about each flight;
● Change preferred travel dates or flight preferences without leaving the page or starting the search over;
● Link directly to the airline that flies the chosen route to purchase tickets; and
● Easily read flight-schedule information in a user-friendly format.
The Route Mapper application also works seamlessly with screen readers used by the visually impaired to view the SMF timetables and mapping functions.
“The OAG Route Mapper is an easy-to-use tool that provides instant point-to-point travel information. We enjoyed working with OAG to debut this tool to the travelers that pass through Sacramento International Airport,” says Hardy Acree, Sacramento County Airport System’s director of airports.
Sacramento County Airport System is responsible for planning, developing, operating and maintaining the county’s four airports: Sacramento International Airport, Executive Airport, Mather Airport and Franklin Field. For more information, visit www.sacairports.org.