Back in 2003 World Airport Codes was released into the wild. The team behind World Airport Codes has changed a little since then and so we can only imagine what it would have been like to launch the first site!
The first version of the site …
The website has come a long way since, 13 years later it’s evolved into a data hub for all of the world’s airports and has an average of around 3.5 million users per year that visit from all corners of the globe. So, what next for World Airport Codes?
The new responsive World Airport Codes
Drum roll please …
After 5 months of hard work, we are very excited to introduce to you the responsive version of World Airport Codes! If you’re a frequent user of World Airport Codes, you may have noticed over the past few days that some features of the site are now a little different, especially if you’ve been accessing our site from your mobile or tablet device.
For those of you that are not aware of the term ‘Responsive’ in relation to websites, it means creating a website that is optimal for a range of devices, the term is also known as ‘Mobile friendly’. Our new site will now resize its display for use on mobiles and tablets, making it easier for you to navigate around the site, click on buttons and you’ll see content in a much more presentable way.
We’re also thrilled to announce that our new advertising platform – OMOT, has now been integrated into World Airport Codes, meaning taxi companies all over the world can effortlessly promote their services to millions of potential paying customers. We also hope that in the future, Hotels and B&B’s will be able to make use of OMOT.
Be sure to visit the site regularly for more updates, this is certainly not the last major update to happen to World Airport Codes … Happy flying!