Submit an Article about your favorite Place to Fly or Flying Adventure!
Been there? Done that? Tell us about it!
Article Submission Guidelines:
All articles submitted must be Aviation Related.
Keep a positive attitude when creating your content. Like your Momma probably told you growing up
"if you don't have something nice to say..." well... you know the rest.
Be sure that the article is original and written only by you. Hmmm... what's that bad word?
Oh yeah... plagiarism... not a good idea.
Email your articles, with photos (if any) to FunInAviation @ gmail . com (without the spaces of course)
with "Article Submission" as the subject. Please provide your Name as the author in the email as well.
If you would like to have your Website URL or Email as part of the article, please indicate that as well in the email.
About the length of your article. This is a tough one. Not too short, not too long. Like my high school english teacher once told me,
"The mind can only absorb what the seat can endure..."
Please understand that not all articles may be published.
Article Photo Submission Guidelines:
The best photos are the ones you take yourself. Please avoid sending
photos from other websites or photos that may be copyrighted by someone else.
Just like we pilots do when the weather for a flight is questionable,
when in doubt -- don't...
Please attach your photos in JPG, PNG or GIF format to an email and
send them to FunInAviation @ gmail . com (without the spaces of course)
along with your article, or separately along with your article name.
If you have several photos, you may want to consider sending them one
at a time, or separately in groups, in several individual emails, along with the article name.
Please understand that we may need to alter or resize any photos submitted so they fit
nicely inside your article.
We like to share your photos with the Aviation Community on
Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest. By submitting
your photos to FunPlacesToFly.com, you are giving
us the right to share your photos with the general public.
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