AviationSource Update #7 – One Month Since Launch!

Photo Credit: flydubai, Boeing 737-800 pushes back off gate at Dubai International Airport

LONDON – Hello everyone and welcome to our first update post since launching AviationSource a month ago!

It has been one hell of a month and we hope you enjoyed all of the General News and Feature Articles that we have launched in that time.

A Massive Thank You!


This post is more of a thank you to those that have supported us over the last couple of weeks.

Without going into too much commercially sensitive information, we have hit over 40,000 views in the first month of trading, which was well above what we expected!

An amazing thanks to you guys for taking the time to read the content as well as amazing thanks to our guest writers who have produced pieces for us so far.

Our thanks also go to those who have decided to part with their money and choose to subscribe to us. Even when we got our first paid subscriber, we thought that would be it, but so many of you have subscribed already and we cannot express enough appreciation for that!

We are a third of the way into our mini-series with GE Aviation, with the most recent one published yesterday about the CF34. We look forward to showcasing the next edition of that mini-series in the next couple of days so stay tuned!

Last Chance to get a Cheap Subscription!


Today and today only is your last chance to get your hands on a quarterly subscription for just £5. After tonight, the price will rise to our standard offering of £15 per quarter.

So make sure to get in and subscribe while you can before this deal ends.

If you were considering subscribing, but didn’t in the end? Why not get in touch and give us feedback on what we can do better? Email me at [email protected] with your feedback and we will be sure to fix it!

Want to get paid to write?


We currently have a lot of slots left for a May 2021 release, so if you want to get paid to write some one-off feature pieces for us, then be sure to head over to the Jobs page for more information!

Prices will be discussed upon getting in touch with us to see what we can do for you, especially during these trying times in the pandemic.

We are also hiring for unpaid and paid work too on the Jobs page, so if you are interested, please head on over there.

Overall


Once again, on behalf of the team at AviationSource, we would like to thank you for your support and we are excited to bring this brand into the future with new content appearing weekly.

Be sure to follow us on our social media in order to see what is going out each day!

Thank you all again so much!

-James Field

Editor-in-Chief

AviationSource

About the author

James Field

James is a passionate AvGeek based in Manchester, U.K who has been actively spotting for years. James is the Editor-in-Chief for the company.

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