Favorite sites

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1-Airways Magazine

1-Airways Magazine

Visit the home America#$s #1 airline enthusiast store and magazine. The webmaster has every issue!

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4-The Cranky Flier

4-The Cranky Flier

The ultimate air travel site for the frequent flyer or aspiring one, with a good mix of news, humor, punditry, and sardonic humor. You will wanna bookmark this one!

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3-NYCAviation

3-NYCAviation

NYCAviation, originally known as the ultimate planespotting resource with emphasis on NYC Airports, is now an excellent source for worldwide exclusive and constant insider aviation news, compelling features and photography, and the the most prolific Twitter feed in the airline enthusiast space. Bookmark and check-in often as I do.

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2-Airline Reporter.com

2-Airline Reporter.com

David Parker Browne blogs one of the most infectious and unique airline enthusiast sites on the web. It´s one part breaking news, one part exclusive trip reviews, and multiple parts enthusiasm. I have this site bookmarked and check it everyday.

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Model Airplane Collectors.com

Model Airplane Collectors.com

This site is a place for members to showcase their model airplane collections and builds. It is a full social network like facebook and we also publish a monthly magazine as well.

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Pilot Portal USA

Pilot Portal USA

A portal designed for the American aviator. Here you will find a flight school directory, an aviation directory, an aviation dictionary, and a large section about aviation weather. Also includes current aviation news and other elements important to pilots.

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Jetliner Cabins by Jennifer Coutts Clay

Jetliner Cabins by Jennifer Coutts Clay

"Jetliner Cabins" is a magnificent book featuring everything you#$d ever want to know about the the aesthetic, design, and service of airlines. I recommend the book highly.

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Historical Flight Foundation & Douglas DC-7

Historical Flight Foundation & Douglas DC-7

This is the website of South Florida#$s future commercial aviation museum and its showcase aircraft, N836D, soon to be the world#$s only flying passenger Douglas DC-7

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Airlines For the Rest of Us Book

Airlines For the Rest of Us Book

This is Stan Solomon#$s excellent book on local service airlines. Fans of Airchive will recognize many of these names. The webmaster has read it and recommends it highly!

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Lufthansa Model Collection

Lufthansa Model Collection

Visit this fabulous one-of-a-kind website dedicated to Lufthansa models and memorabilia. This is one you#$ll definitely want to book mark.

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Ken's Aviation

Ken's Aviation

Visit this plane lover's paradise!

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UK Airport News

UK Airport News

Visit the UK#$s first and only complete UK airport news website.

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World Airline Historical Society

World Airline Historical Society

World Airline Historical Society is an excellent organization, of which I´m a member. It publishes a quarterly publication "Captain´s Log" and is responsible for the premier airline enthusiast gathering Airliners International.

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Rand's Aviation Photos

Rand's Aviation Photos

Rand Peck is not only an former accomplished pilot, for Northwest, Delta and of his own Cub, but writes the best pilot blog on the web. He's also a heck of a photographer to boot. This site is a must visit.

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Atlantic Models

Atlantic Models

Roger and Carol Jarman#$s Atlantic Models is the finest airline model builder in the world. Visit the online store and the Miami based factory. You can see a virtual tour under "Model Collection" on Airchive.

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Airline History Museum

Airline History Museum

The AHM in Kansas City, Missouri is home to the "Save A Connie" L1049G Super Constellation, Martin 202, Douglas DC-3, and many wonderful artifacts. Jump to Save A Connie in the Airchive.com.

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