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10 of the Best Aviation Bloggers You Should Be Following

Posted by on Apr 16, 2014

10 of the Best Aviation Bloggers You Should Be Following

10 of the Best Aviation Bloggers You Should Be Following | AIM

10 of the Best Aviation Bloggers You Should Be Following | AIM

If you are interested in getting involved with the fast-growing career of aviation, then you should get information from people already working in the field. You want to make sure that you get trustworthy information so that you know exactly what you are getting into. Aviation offers so many different careers and all of them could be great for you. Take some time to research them out to decide what you really want to do. Here are ten of the best aviation bloggers that you can follow and learn from.

  1. The Cranky Flier

    Brett Snyder has worked in just about every field of aviation, including being a travel agent. He has a vast amount of knowledge that he shares regularly with his readers.

  2. EAA

    This blog was created by the Experimental Aircraft Association. It will provide you with great information on all aspects of aviation.

  3. NYC Aviation

    This is a great blog if you want to find history of aviation as well as all of the current happenings in the industry.

  4. Nuts About Southwest

    At Southwest they pride themselves in helping out students who are interested in the aviation field. It’s possible you can get into some great programs by following the information these guys provide.

  5. Simpliflying

    The creators of this blog are well known for their understanding of the correlation between aviation and marketing. If you are interested in more of the marketing side of things then this blog will provide you with a lot of helpful ideas and information.

  6. Ask a Flight Instructor

    Here is the ultimate source for any aviation question you might have. The creator of the blog, Paul, says that if he doesn’t know the answer to your question, he will help you find it.

  7. Randy’s Journal

    This blog is the journal and posts written by Randy Tinseth. He covers a lot of aviation topics and also shares a lot of his experiences. It is a good read and has some amazing photography in every post.

  8. Flight Global

    There is an amazing amount of information all found on this one blog. You can look at great photographs, read stories, find job information and so much more.

  9. Aviation Chatter

    You can find a lot of training information on this blog. They also have a lot of interviews you could read through. This will give you a first-hand account of many of the career options you have before you.

  10. Bangalore Aviation

    This site is really well done with so much helpful information. It is another place you can spend hours of time doing research into the topic you are interested in.

There is a longer list of aviation blogs if you are interested in more. Hopefully this gave you plenty of sites to check out. There are so many great online resources that can get you started towards a great career in aviation.

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