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rlarosa

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Being an aviation geek and travel junkie there are a number of websites, magazines and TV shows that I regularly look at. I'm wondering where others go to feed their habit? Hoping I might come across some that I'm not aware of!

This website naturally features highly on my list. I also check the travel sections on CNN and BBC, Business Traveller magazine, ausbt.com.au, Airliner magazine, Airports of the World magazine (I have to read that one in secret. It's simply way too geeky for my gf!), CNN Business Traveller on TV, the BBC Travel show, airliners.net ....

Any others?

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I use gadling.com and matadornetwork.com alot, also the "timeout"city specific sites are good value. The new york times travel section also has some good info.
 

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If you want a serious industry publication the Aviation Week & Space Technology is well thought of in the industry.

Being an aviation geek and travel junkie there are a number of websites, magazines and TV shows that I regularly look at. I'm wondering where others go to feed their habit? Hoping I might come across some that I'm not aware of!

This website naturally features highly on my list. I also check the travel sections on CNN and BBC, Business Traveller magazine, ausbt.com.au, Airliner magazine, Airports of the World magazine (I have to read that one in secret. It's simply way too geeky for my gf!), CNN Business Traveller on TV, the BBC Travel show, airliners.net ....

Any others?

Cheers! ;)
 

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markis10 posts most of the travel news on AFF, so follow him. ;)
Well I did just post that the Epiqure machine is out of stock for four of its selections in the SYD J lounge - thats NEWS :D. Although lately I have been a bit slack as I am no longer a man of leisure.

On a more serious note, I find the following of interest:

Aviation Week, Airline reporter on twitter, the yssy forum, the Qantas industry news site, travel daily site, airlineroute.net.

PPrune is good after you have had a few wines, as is flyertalk.
 
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