Thanks From Jetwhine

By Robert Mark on October 23rd, 2007

I’ve been really touched by how many regular readers noticed that Jetwhine just turned one.

A year ago I had dinner with a buddy in Wichita who seriously questioned why I was trying to blend a little new media talk with the rest of the aviation world about well, anything.

The reason was simple.

I believed I had a 40-year perspective on the aviation industry that no one else did. I also thought I could thought I could say it like no one else, as some of you have taken me to task on over the past 12 months.

But that comes with the territory.

A year later, I think we’ve only begun with a little “Aviation Buzz and Bold Opinion.”

Whether it’s the FAA and user fees, the need to completely rebuild the way we pay the pilots who teach others to fly, the pilot shortage or the need to educate communities about the value of their airports, Jetwhine offers you a perspective on the industry you won’t read anywhere.

And we’ve asked nothing from you … until now that is.

Some of the things we talk about at Jetwhine evolve from the tips you send us, so keep those ideas coming.

But since blogs propagate based on the their popularity, won’t you please take a minute to pass the address on to your friends if you’ve enjoyed what you read here each week.

And ask them to pass Jetwhine on to their friends too.

So now where’s the cake?


Rob Mark

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2 Responses to “Thanks From Jetwhine”

  1. Mal Gormley Says:

    Rob– As a former CompuServe aviation forum manager, I can appreciate the effort and patience required of you to do this.

    Keep up the great work, guy. It’s needed.


  2. B N Sullivan Says:

    Happy birthday Jetwhine. And congratulations to you, Rob.

    Onward & upward!

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