KITCHENER, ONTARIO – Canadian Skies, Canada’s newest and most comprehensive aviation industry magazine,
is now live and online at www.skiesmag.com! The brand new website contains
the latest aviation news, contributor profiles, a 2011 media kit, and aircraft sales and parts listings. Submit your favourite aviation photos through the site, download the customized desktop calendar and vote in our F-35 poll. You can also get a sneak peek at the launch issue cover, featuring stories on London Air Services and the Cessna CJ4.
“We’re really excited about the website launch,” said Canadian
Skies publisher Mike Reyno.
“The site introduces people to our team and gives them a taste of what’s to come with our publication.”
Canadian Skies will burst
onto the publishing scene with insightful
coverage of every aviation industry sector—private
operations, business aviation, commercial, military,
rotary, cargo, training, general aviation and maintenance. A must-read for all aviation professionals, Canadian Skies will be published six times per year. Each issue will deliver fresh stories, news, reports and feature profiles on the most influential players in the industry. At 80+ glossy pages and packed with need-to-know news, Canadian Skies will land with a thud on the desks of more than 10,000 aviation professionals.
As we’ve said before, Canadian aviation is BIG – that’s why we’re launching the BIGGEST aviation magazine in the country.
The Reel Life knows that most men dream of flying planes,
and there’s also a number of them that enjoy the occasional visit to a strip club.
But combining the two entertainment options hardly seems a good idea.
A bystander saw an ultralight plane going down
just outside Montreal and called 911 to report it,
only to discover that the pilot had landed in the
parking lot of Le Rendez-Vous 10-35, a strip club,
and had gone inside. He later left the club and fly away.
Canadian aviation rules state that pilots should
only land in public places in the case of emergency.
Your favorite dancer’s upcoming song, however, hardly
seems to qualify as an emergency, even in Montreal.
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