What is AirlineReporter?
Welcome, and thank you stopping by, where we love to share our passion for aviation, travel and the airline industry since 2009. We are a team of writers, located in different cities, on continents. We have flown miles to bring engaging content to our readers. Most of us are working professionals, who want to share our passion with you.
There are many negative voices about the airline business out there and we try to provide the context behind the stories. Many people see airlines as an “evil” business and that flying “is not like it used to be.” AirlineReporter tries to remind folks that flying can still be a magical experience and it is not like the way it used to be; in many cases it is better.
We hit a broad audience of aviation fans, frequent fliers, people who work in the airline business, and others in the media that cover aviation. We are proud of the impact we have made with our hundreds of thousands of readers each month and our strong social media presence, with engaged Twitter followers.
We have been on, written for, or quoted on a number of different media sources, including: CNN, Washington Post, BBC, CNBC, Bloomberg, Costco Connection, Reuters, CTV (Canada AM), CBC, NPR, Marketplace, FOX, AOL Travel, 9News Australia, Huffington Post, Forbes, APEX magazine, USA Today, KING5, MSNBC (now NBC News), Puget Sound Business Journal, Seattle Times, Gadling, Alaska Airlines’ Blog, and others.
Have questions? Story ideas? Maybe share your own story? Cool. Email our Editor-in-Chief and Founder, David Parker Brown, directly at email@example.com.
We proudly call ourselves AvGeeks and so do most of our readers. What’s an AvGeek, you ask? Here are some stories to check out:
- What is an AvGeek? I am an #AvGeek & Hear Me Roar! on AirlineReporter
- Aviation geeks, a flight club set on solving Malaysia mystery on CNN
- As Other Paparazzi Chase Kardashians, These Guys Stalk Dreamliners on Bloomberg
- Wow! Making planes in the world’s biggest building on CNN
- #Avgeeks: The new warriors on terror on CNN
- Boeing plays hide-and-seek with professional plane-spotters on the Seattle Times