If your SSL environment is using HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport) with a max age usually six months to a year. HSTS automatically redirects HTTP requests to HTTPS for the target domain for a lengthy period of time. HSTS supported browsers store this max age data. One way to bypass this is by setting the HTTP Strict Transport max age to 0 (Zero). By setting this max age to 0 this will allow a site to switch between both HTTPS and HTTP pages without the possibility of being stuck in HTTPS or a redirect loop. Read More
Here is a way to permanently redirect a webpage to another file or location on your server here is an example from an old static website to a new WordPress page. This will also tell search engines that the page has been moved permanently.
Create or add to a file in your root directory named .htaccess Read More