About us

Introduction

We are a team of young people, with a passion for aviation. In March 2016, Eric and Andrea had the idea to start this blog, to cover the most important news about the amazing world of aviation. We then expanded our team to become who we are now, by advertising through social media.

Currently, our diverse team is made up of six editors, and several contributors, from countries such as Australia, Germany, Italy, Malaysia, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, United Kingdom and the United States of America. We are always looking to grow our team, so don’t hesitate to contact us if you’re interested in joining us.

We post daily news reports on a variety of important and newsworthy topics, including aircraft orders and deliveries, new routes, incidents/accidents and other notable events. Also, look out for the occasional flight report, airshow review or selection of planespotting pictures!

Our Team

Editors:

Andrea Greco – Italy: Twitter, Instagram

Eric Monsen – Norway: Instagram

Avineesh Suppiah – Malaysia: InstagramTwitter

Luke Ashley – Australia: Instagram

Alexander Stahl – Germany: Instagram

Will Farrimond – United Kingdom – Editor: Instagram

Contributors/Media Providers:

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2 thoughts on “About us

  1. In your recent article on United’s new Boeing 777-ER, you wrote:
    “The first intercontinental flight will be from San Francisco International to Hong Kong on March 25, this aircraft will replace the aging Boeing 747-400s being operated on these routes.”

    Correction: A flight from San Francisco (SFO) to Hong Kong (HKG) is NOT an “intercontinental” flight. It is a “trans-pacific” flight. An “intercontinental” flight is any flight within the same country.

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    • An intercontinental flight is a flight between two continents. A flight between the opposite sides of the same continent should be intracontinental. Inter and intra derive from Latin: inter means “between”, intra means “inside”. So intercontinental literally means “between continents”; intracontinental literally means “within a continent”.

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