We Love Airplanes, Yes We Do.

We love airplanes, how about you?

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I would like to start of by saying Happy Valentine’s Day to all of our readers. As you probably can tell, the team here at Airline Geeks LOVES airplanes. Each team member has a different reason, but each reason is just as good as the last. This article will be about why some of our team members have this love. When asked about for a reason that they love airplanes and aviation the responses varied from one liners, to quotes to whole paragraphs. Here are some of the responses.

Ryan Ewing President & Founder

“I love how they [airplanes] take us beyond what regular man can reach.”

Greg Linton Associate Editor & Director of Podcasts

“I love aviation because of all the logistics.”

Alec Mollenhauer Website Operations & Social Media Manager

“I love aviation because of the pure power of flight.”

Charlie Herbeck Writer

“One cannot simply give just one reason as to why they love airplanes. One quote sums it up for me: ‘A mile of highway can take you just one mile, but a mile of runway can take you anywhere’-Anonymous”

Chase Meyer Editor-in-Chief

“I love aviation in general because it has the power to take us farther, faster. The aviation industry is a big part of people’s lives, whether they want to realize it or not.”

Jace Moseley Content Manager

“One quote sums it up for me as well. This quote is from Leonardo de Vinci. ‘When once you have tasted flight, you will forever walk the earth with your eyes turned skyward, for there you have been, and there you will always long to return.'”

From all of us here at AirlineGeeks.com, have a great Valentine’s Day.

Jace Moseley

Jace Moseley

Jace has been working at AirlineGeeks for nearly three years. Born in Seattle, Boeing and aviation quickly took over his life and he never stopped looking up. Jace enjoys plane spotting and taking trips just so he can fly. He is currently studying at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University while earning his Bachelors of Science in Air Traffic Management.
Jace Moseley