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Happy New Year Avgeeks!



Happy New Year

Happy New Year, aviation enthusiasts!

As we start off this new year, it’s a great time to reflect on the past and look forward to the future. The aviation industry has faced its share of challenges in the past year, but we’ve also seen some incredible achievements and innovations.

As we move forward, we can be hopeful for the continued progress and advancement of the aviation industry. New technologies and designs are constantly being developed, and we can’t wait to see what the future holds.


So, here’s to a happy and healthy new year, filled with exciting developments and opportunities in the world of aviation. We can’t wait to see what’s in store for us all in the coming months and years. Cheers!

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Aviation for Aviators announcements

Important Update: Resolved Technical Email Issue



Dear valued subscribers and followers,

We would like to apologize for the recent influx of irrelevant emails and the unusual content that appeared on our homepage. We identified that a technical error, most likely stemming from a third-party bug, occurred while we were working on a new design for our website.

We are happy to report that the issue has been resolved, and all original articles have been restored to their proper place on the website. As a precautionary measure, we have temporarily disabled the email post-article publication feature until we can ensure that everything is functioning smoothly.


In addition to resolving this issue, we are also working on improving some features of our website to enhance your experience and better serve our community.

We understand the inconvenience this may have caused, and we truly appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. We remain committed to delivering high-quality content and a seamless user experience.

Once again, we apologize for any confusion or disruption this may have caused. Thank you for your continued support and trust in us.



Aviation for Aviators’ team

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