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Aviation Writer Launches Airplanista Magazine

Airplanista Magazine is an online aviation magazine published monthly featuring aviation news, aviation commentary, and stunning aviation photography. Published by Av8rdan for pilots, aviators, student pilots and the general aviation community. Sometimes serious. Sometimes humorous. Always unpredictable.

Eugene, OR, October 09, 2010 --( A new online-only aviation publication called Airplanista Magazine ( has been launched, and is the natural progression of a former blog published and written by Eugene, Ore. pilot and veteran aviation writer Dan Pimentel. This new publication has been created to present talented contributors who have something to add to the conversation we call the aviation community. These could be seasoned writers/photographers with names you recognize, or fresh faces you aren’t currently seeing in the major aviation print magazines.

“I’ve published a successful aviation blog since 2005, but it had reached a growth plateau,” Pimentel said. “As I looked towards starting my sixth year using a “blog” as my venue, I realized there had to be a different new media method of presenting my work, along with the work of other aviation writers and photographers. Airplanista Magazine is that new venue.”

Airplanista Magazine will be published on the first of each month, online at Viewing the magazine is free and requires no sign-up or registration, however there is an optional email notification list established to alert readers when each new issue publishes.

From a business standpoint, one purpose of Airplanista Magazine is to provide an exceptional value for display ad placement. Without the costs of paper and ink, lower insertion rates will be attractive in this demanding economy. “Many national advertisers have already reserved space in my inaugural issue,” said Pimentel, “and the demand for space in the November and December issues is already high. With our exceptionally low rates, ability to deliver a worldwide demographic and clickable URLs in the ads, we feel strongly that advertisers will see this as an advertising model that fits their current budgets.”

For more information: Dan Pimentel, Airplanista Magazine Editor/Publisher,

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