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Thousands of page views served each month.

Advertising on the website gives you access to a rapidly expanding group of aviation professionals and enthusiasts.

Thousands of unique users a month find essential.

More than simply a source of international news and information, provides users with a succinct view of aviation developments globally.

Ad Specs

  • 125×125 pixels, GIF, JPEG, or Flash. 20k (maximum) file size.
  • No expanding, floating, pop-up, or in-stream ads.
  • 30-second animation (maximum).
  • Ad with white background must have a 1-pixel border (minimum).
  • ALT tags may contain up to 50 characters (including spaces).
  • Sound must be user-initiated (on-click) with clearly identified play and stop controls.
  • Flash frame rate must be no greater than 12 frames per second.
  • A default GIF must be provided for users without Flash or JavaScript.
  • All public policy, advocacy, political or candidate advertising must be clearly identified on every frame.
  • Custom arrangements may be available upon request, and are subject to a premium. All ad space is sold on a first-come, first-served basis.

Content of Advertisements
Advertising should not contain material that considers to constitute or promote discrimination. No adult material, gambling or tobacco advertising will be accepted. reserves the right to reject or cancel any advertising at any time.

We require a letter from the advertiser or agent, ordering the advertising at least three days before the advertising is scheduled to run.

$50/month. Payment for all insertions must be made in advance.

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Wayne Farley

I am Wayne, an aviation safety evangelist who once made my living working in the control tower. Engage me while I share my thoughts, experience, and news from the aviation world. After writing "13 Characteristics of an air traffic controller" in 2010, it went viral and established me as an unofficial ambassador for ATC.


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