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What aviation news, blogs or e-mail newsletters do you actively read?
 

Meyaht

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I'm mostly watching YouTube channels, mostly ultralights and drones, but also some Redbull races, historical, and air show content.
 

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EAA pubs as well as AOPA & Kit Planes.
I follow various You Tube builers sites.
 

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Mags: AOPA, COPA, Flying, EAA Sport Aviation
Forums: COPA, Beechtalk (occasional), Pilots of America (occasional), DiamondAviators (occasional)

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Aero news network, aviation safety network, Flight Global, LAA forum, facebook, several type specific pages there. DH moth club e letter, Auster and Taylorcraft forums, NASA feedback email, AAIB monthly bulletin, Pprune occasionally.
 

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Kitplanes and Sport Aviation magazines, the former being the better of the two (by far).

I receive e-mail from Savvy Aviation, Kitplanes, and By Dan Johnson.

I also follow a few forums now and then, including HBA, of course.
 

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I used to read Kitplanes before the internet came along.

These days I get some info from the EAA message board, some from here, but the overwhelming majority of my interaction with all things GA and EAB is through YouTube. If I hear of a new product, I want to see someone talking about it. If I want to know how to design an empennage, I want to see some pointy-headed intellectual talk me through the calcs on a grease board. If I want to see someone fabricate something.... video is worth a zillion words, and a million pictures.
 
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