Dear AirlineGeeks.com readers,
On behalf of myself and the entire team at the Skyliner Group and AirlineGeeks.com, we would like to say “thank you” for a fantastic two years. With our two year launch anniversary quickly approaching, we are giving you, our readers, a gift: a new, completely redone website.
The whole team, but especially our Editor-in-Chief and Website Manager, Chase Meyer, have been working tirelessly since early December configuring this new site. Compared to previous versions of our website, this one is a huge step up and boasts a much more refined user experience.
In addition to a more refined user experience, you may also notice new features such as an interactive homepage, easy access to our photo galleries, and more.
With this new site, we not only had our readers in mind, but also our team of young aviation enthusiasts. Our old site’s backend simply was not suitable for our needs and team, so we moved our articles and team to WordPress, which better suits our needs. On the frontend, our new site also features a much more interactive theme, which helps our writers along with engaging our readers.
Also with the launch of this new site, we are rebranding and relaunching our podcast, it can be found on the InsideAviation menu tab. In the future, we plan to launch new organizations under the Skyliner Group’s name as well.
Now we invite you to sit back, relax and enjoy our new site. If you have any questions about the site, feel free to ask by shooting us a Tweet (@AirlineGeeks) or by messaging us on Facebook (Airline Geeks). But please bear with us as we get situated with our “new home” that we are still in the process of adding other features and content to the site as well. Tell us what you like and don’t like by using #TheFreshAG on any social media platform.
To get acquainted with the new site, our Content Manager, Jace Moseley, has created a guide to the new site: http://airlinegeeks.com/?p=551
Wondering why we switched? Check out our Editor-In-Chief’s perspective: http://airlinegeeks.com/?p=657
We hope that with this new site, we engage you more as a reader. A refined viewing experience for our writers and readers will help us produce the quality content that you want. Welcome to the new AirlineGeeks.com.
He has about two hours of flying "under his belt" and he has a collection of 40 plus airplane models, plus airline memorabilia, collectibles and hundreds of aviation photos. Now, Ryan mainly writes articles and collects avgeek stuff. He's had his head in the clouds for more than 16 years and will always look up when he hears a jet roar. In addition to writing and editing for AirlineGeeks, he volunteers as a Travelers Aid at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C.