Air Tractor, Inc., the world’s leading manufacturer of agricultural aircraft will rollout its redesigned website at the NAAA Convention and Expo in Long Beach, California on December 5th, 2016. The annual NAAA Convention, which brings together ag operators, aircraft manufacturers and others suppliers, is the ag aviation industry’s most important gathering.
The improved, new airtractor.com website features a clean, uncluttered design, with simplified navigation, and an impressive list of improvements and features—all geared toward providing smooth and easy access to essential information on any device. “The goal of our redesign,” said Air Tractor President Jim Hirsch, “was to make it simple, intuitive and quick to find information and content. Our visitors want information fast, and now it is right at their fingertips.”
The new site features spectacular new imagery and up-to-date sales and technical information on the complete line of Air Tractor agricultural, firefighting, and utility aircraft. The site is multi-language—with English, Spanish and Portuguese translations to accommodate Air Tractor’s international customers.
A Dealer section makes it simple to navigate to individual dealers—literally. Along with interactive maps, visitors will find complete GPS coordinates.
An improved Owner portal allows owners to register their aircraft and receive easy access to maintenance manuals and service letters.
The Downloads page allows visitors to download sales literature along with desktop images and mobile wallpapers of Air Tractors in flight.
A News page gathers the latest news and information on Air Tractor and allows visitors to subscribe to receive Air Tractor News updates delivered to their Inbox.
Quick links to social media are easily accessible along with a host of other impactful improvements throughout the site.
Coming soon, a new, expanded Air Tractor Gear page will offer Air Tractor branded apparel and merchandise.
“Our team developed the new Air Tractor site with the ‘user experience’ first and foremost,” Jim Hirsch concluded. “Our customers and dealers were generous with their input on how we could improve their experience on our site. We listened, and it shows in the new airtractor.com website.”