Top 7 Aviation Blogs by Google PageRank

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The blogs are one of the best sources to find out the views of different people related to aviation industry. However, there are so many blogs that it is not possible to read all of them, so you have to choose. One of the ways to choose the best blogs is to look for the blogs that have the highest Google Page Ranks (out of 10) that can be counted by the number of the web pages linking to the target page.  The better post is, the more you share and link it, right?

So, here are top 8 highest ranked aviation blogs:

1. The Cranky Flier

The Cranky Flier blog is written by Brett Snyder, the President and Chief Airline Dork of Cranky Flier LLC. The main blog themes include: airlines, airplanes, government regulations, traveling and more.

Google PageRank: 6

Interesting fact: the writer of the blog provides the information about the ethical code he uses, gives the detailed report on offered free or discounted products/services by various companies, notes whether the gift was accepted and marks the blog posts related to the accepted offers.

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2.  Randy’s Journal

Randy’s Journal is a blog written by Randy Tinseth, the vice president, marketing for Boeing Commercial Airplanes in Seattle. It’s not surprising that the most of the blog posts are related to the activities of Boeing Company and the commercial aviation world.

Google PageRank: 6

Interesting fact: although the blog is mostly about the Boeing Company but the views expressed in the posts do not necessary reflect the views of the company.

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3. EAA – The Experimental Aircraft Association

EAA includes 2 blogs: Left Seat and Zenith 750 Project. The first one is owned by the journalist J. Mac McClellan and is mostly related to the EAA pilot community but also includes other aviation topics. The second one is created by EAA members and contains the posts about the EAA’s Zenith 750 project news.

Google PageRank: 6

Interesting fact: the EAA’s Zenith 750 is airplane construction project. The final result of the project – an LSA qualified airplane for the EAA Employee Flying Club.

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4. PlaneBuzz

The PlaneBuzz is hosted by Holly Hegeman. The latest blog posts are about the earnings of different aviation companies. However, the blog also contains the posts about the latest news of the aviation industry.

Google PageRank: 5

Interesting fact: The author is also the founder of PlaneBusiness.com that publishes the most widely-read weekly financial subscriber publication of the airline industry.

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5. AOPA Pilot Blog: Reporting Points

AOPA Pilot Blog: Reporting Points is the blog hosted by twelve editors.  The blog contains the posts about various aviation related subjects such as airports, expos and more. The AOPA Pilot Blog:

Google PageRank: 5

Interesting fact: The AOPA Pilot Blog has a separate column named “Around the World in 25 Days” that contains posts from the blog authors’ journey around the world.

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6. NYCAviation

NYCAviation is a page that contains the magazine and the blog itself. The page is hosted by 11-member team. The latest posts are related to the space traveling, aviation safety, airplane crew members and more.

Google PageRank: 5

Interesting fact: the blog has a “Video” column that contains various videos that embody the most interesting stories, show the airplane crashes etc.

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7. The DEW Line

The DEW Line (the dew means Distant Early Warning) is a blog meant for the global defense industry and hosted by the “Flight Global” journal. It contains a lot of posts, all related to one of even 25 military aviation and defense related categories, such as Big Defense, Defense with an ‘S’ and more.

Google PageRank: 5

Interesting fact: The “Flight Global” hosts 4 more blogs that are all related to aviation, only from different sides, such as airlines, pilots etc.

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