Ravn Alaska unveils its new website

 ANCHORAGE – Ravn Alaska, formerly Era Alaska, has announced the launch of a new website. The ongoing rebranding process is still under way, and the website reflects the company’s new identity and provides a more user-friendly browsing experience, according to a press release. 

“We’re all very excited to launch the new FlyRavn.com website,” said Charlotte Sieggreen, Ravn Alaska marketing manager. “With its responsive design and user-friendly features, I think we’ve made a lot of improvements to better suit the needs of our customers.” 

The launch of the site is an important initial phase of the company’s overall website redesign project. This first step showcases their new branding, organizes content in a way that is easy to navigate and is mobile compatible. The next step for the website is to revamp the ticketing system to streamline the process of purchasing tickets and checking in for flights. In addition, Ravn Alaska has created a Flickr page, which will showcase pictures of the airline’s updated fleet. 

Ravn Alaska is the largest regional air group in the state, offering daily passenger and cargo services to nearly 100 communities statewide.

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