On-Line Airport Guide Debuts
LOS ANGELES — Airstrip America has launched an Internet website devoted exclusively to general aviation pilots, it was announced today.
Airstrip America (www.airstripamerica.com) offers comprehensive, on-line data on the nation’s major general aviation airports including hours of operation, runways & patterns, frequency & arrivals, take-off & landing tips, fueling, mechanics facilities, FBOs, restaurants, car rentals, sales & leasing, charter services and airport shops, along with aerial views and photos of particular interest to pilots.
Airstrip America also provides the latest information and photos on cities and towns located near each airport. Everything a pilot needs to know is included from lodging, dining, and entertainment to airport museums, shopping, and nearby attractions. Local calendars of festivals, air shows, and other special events are also included.
“Unlike currently available guides offering basic airport data, Airstrip America delivers precisely what general aviation pilots need to know, quickly and easily, along with full-color photographs, restaurant reviews and nearby attractions you simply won’t find anywhere else” according to David Soyka, president.
Pilots who visit this colorful, informative site can upload safety information and photos of the airports from various altitudes and approaches, so flying into an unfamiliar airport is easier and safer. Information is provided for pilots, by the pilots who have landed there themselves.
For more information on Airstrip America, please contact Airstrip America email: firstname.lastname@example.org.