This story has a random subject, why not go with a random photo of #A380cat?

This story has a random subject, so why not go with a random photo of #A380cat?

Sometimes I put in silly working titles and plan to change them later. For this one, I am just going to keep it, why not? It has been too long since we did a little loving promotional update on AirlineReporter. What does that mean? Well, a number of things…

First off, I am VERY excited to announced that we have now traveled more than 2,000,000 miles to share our experiences and stories with you. That is equal to going around the world over 80 times, going to the moon AND back over four times, or my least favorite: a diagcon 737 flight from Seattle to Florida 734 times (ugh).

This is our 2,838th story published, so that is an average of about 700 miles per story. Of course this story is taking me zero miles, and the story that put us over the 2 million mark (My Rwanda Trip Provided Some Amazing AvGeek Experiences — which you should read, if you haven’t), took about 15,500 miles, so it all evens out.

We have now flown over 2,000,000 miles to bring you stories - Image:

We have now flown over 2,000,000 miles to bring you stories. Kinda almost to ever continent. Antarctica was a special flight down there, but didn’t land – Image:

With this whole COVID stuff, we have gained some new readers, so I thought it would be good to make a quick introduction:

We are the Home of the AvGeek, with over 35 writers, in 25 cities, on four continents sharing our passion for aviation and airlines since 2008. This site and the mission has changed quite a bit over the years. It started as a one man show (that is me), not knowing what he was doing; to a business with daily content and a stressful workload; to now being a rad hobby where people can come together and share their love of airlines. Everyone is welcome to share their passion in a number of ways. It can mean just reading our stories, following us on social media, starting a conversation in the comments (we really love those by the way), or even publishing a story on AirlineReporter.

I want you to be able to easily connect to our content in a way that makes sense to you:

  • New story notifications: It is called a “newsletter,” but really you will get an email any time we publish a new story. This is the best way to make sure you do not miss anything, and I promise no spam.
  • Twitter: We share news, photos, contests, and have fun with our fans. We have almost 114,000 followers, so we must be doing something right? Maybe? Hopefully.
  • Facebook: Keep up with our stories, share them (please and thanks) and interact with our other readers.
  • Instagram: When you just want the photos, this is the place to go! You will often see photos that we don’t share on any other channel here.
  • YouTube: We often upload our videos from our stories and other videos as well. Plus, you can  easily travel back in time and see some great “modern classic” videos.
  • Flickr: Our Flickr page is also another good place to view more photos that don’t always show up in our stories.
  • Our new c(AR)rier pigeon™ program: For an extra service charge, we will send you all our stories monthly via a carrier pigeon. You must live with-in 600 miles of Seattle and be willing to put down a $500 deposit incase the bird gets lost (this is a joke, but homing pigeons are quite fascinating).

Of course I love flying around and writing up stories, but no joke (and I am going to get sappy here), it’s the people that make it all worth it. So thank you for reading and being a part of the greater AvGeek community! Cheers and stay safe.

EDITOR-IN-CHIEF & FOUNDER - SEATTLE, WA. David has written, consulted, and presented on multiple topics relating to airlines and travel since 2008. He has been quoted and written for a number of news organizations, including BBC, CNN, NBC News, Bloomberg, and others. He is passionate about sharing the complexities, the benefits, and the fun stuff of the airline business. Email me:
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Dave B

Wow, two million miles and 2838 stories! When you break it down into trips around the world or trips to Florida, it really gives you appreciation for how many miles that is. I hit 2M on Delta last year, and really did not think that much about it. Cheers to the next 2838 AR stories!


Title : The world will fly again.

Absolutely amazing achievement! The team do such a great service for the aviation community and we are really thankful for your commitment and professionalism.

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