AviationSource Celebrates 1,000,000 Views Since Launch Day

LONDONAviationSource is proud to announce that we have hit 1,000,000 views since we launched in March last year!

From 0 to 1,000,000 in under 18 months is quite the feat that the team here never expected, and are definitely in celebration mode as a result.

Commenting on this significant milestone was James Field, Editor-in-Chief of AviationSource News:

“A lot of people thought we were delusional to start developing a business during a global pandemic where the chances of success were far lower. 18 months on, we have achieved our first million views”.

“I am so proud of my huge team of writers and photographers for helping this business get to the position that we are at today. If it wasn’t for them, it would just be me, our CEO, and our Development guy working between the three of us”.

“I am also very grateful to our readers who have stuck by us either from Day 1 or to those that have just started reading our articles. We are very excited for the future and have a lot in store coming your way soon!”

Our Most Viewed Articles…


With this in mind, let’s take a look at some of our Top 10 most viewed articles:

It was later revealed that the Mriya had been destroyed, in fact. This was in the wake of Gostomel Airport being bombed, with information being limited.

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To celebrate 1,000,000 views on our website, we will be announcing a giveaway over the next week or so. To win some free goodies, be sure to follow us on our social media for more information.

Once again, on behalf of the team at AviationSource, we thank you for sticking with us, and we can’t wait to make you all proud for the years to come!

To enable us to continue what we are doing, please consider donating using the form below this article! We thank you in advance for your support!

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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