How Do I Add A New Airport Guide?

Adding a new airport guide is easy! For the sake of format continuity, we ask that you use our template and follow the steps below.

1. On the main menu check under Airport Survival Guides to make sure your airport is not already listed. (If the city is listed but does not link to a page, most likely that page does not yet exist.) Look for the box on the right hand side that says Add a New Page.

2. Type the name of the airport as follows:

City, State/Country (3-Letter Airport Code), for example: San Francisco, CA (SFO)

If this city has multiple airports, put the airport name in parentheses. For example: New York (LaGuardia), NY (LGA)

Then click "new page."

3. On the Create page you should change the title to adhere to the same format as listed in Step 2.

4. In the drop-down menu that says "Initial Content" you'll need to choose the template called "New Airport Guide."

5. The template will walk you through what areas you should fill in here.

6. Preview and save your changes. You can always go back and edit, or add more information later.

7. Return to the page for either U.S. or International airports, depending on where the new airport is located. Edit this page to include a link to the airport you've just added.

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