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Feel free to contact me anytime. I am always looking for new ideas for posts and articles. I am always open to having guest bloggers if you have a story to share with the aviation world. If you have a photo that you’re particularly proud of, just send it to me with any information you want to go along with it and I’ll be sure to add it to the photo gallery, or even feature it on the site header.

Kyle Dunst
KJD0008@Auburn.edu

6 Comments

  1. Tom Housworth Tom Housworth
    December 3, 2012    

    Hey Kyle,

    Have missed your blog updates…..you must be busy up there @ Auburn.
    You’ve got an excellent site…..encourage you to keep it going!

    Regards,
    Tom

  2. Jennifer Doherty Jennifer Doherty
    April 4, 2013    

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  3. Williams Barry Williams Barry
    October 1, 2013    

    Hello,

    My name is Williams Barry. I am an aeronautical engineer with more than thousand hours of flying under my belt. Presently, I work as a freelance consultant advising airline companies on how to improve and grow their business. Aviation is my passion and so is writing. I often combine both to enlighten those who share my passion.

    I have ghost written a number of articles and have been published in reputed journals.

    I am keen to feature a guest post on your blog as it would do wonders for my portfolio. I realized it was time I stopped ghost-writing for others and built an online reputation for myself.

    Here are a few ideas that I feel will blend in perfectly with the flavor of your website:

    1) Things airlines can do to minimize flight delays
    2) What is aviation market intelligence and how it can help airlines’
    3) How airlines can increase customer loyalty and attract new business
    4) 5 Really effective tools that can help airline companies grow their business
    5) Best travel apps available today
    6) 7 Reasons why aviation data is so important for airline companies

    If you aren’t too crazy about the ideas I have suggested, you could always suggest one of your own and I shall be happy to write it.

    I sincerely hope your reply is in the positive.

    Regards
    Williams Barry

  4. paul coulter paul coulter
    June 5, 2015    

    Really enjoyed this piece. Will be in Berlin and Germany next April with a group celebrating Martin Luther’s 500th anniversary. Last time I was there was in 1965 when traveling as a student on a shoestring trying to see as much of Europe as I could before running out of money. Spent a day in East Berlin ingressing/egressing Check Point Charlie thru the wall. Am looking forward to seeing a very different Berlin and as an aviation enthusiast will add Templehoff to my list of must-sees during my stay there.

    Thanks for putting this together for all to share!

    Paul

  5. Denise Kuenzel Denise Kuenzel
    June 8, 2015    

    Hi Kyle, enjoyed seeing your present day pix of my old stomping grounds. I was stationed at Tempelhof from 1986-1990 during the fall of the wall. If you would like to see my pix of Tempelhof from back then, feel free to contact me directly. I have photos of us playing basketball and volleyball in that gym. We have all kinds of pix all over that place. Thx again for the update. While most of my buddies have been back since we’ve left, I have yet to see Berlin since 1990 :-(

  6. richard richard
    June 8, 2015    

    I was stationed in Berlin for extended periods in late 60’s and early 70’s, and lived for a period in the US Air Force barracks located in Tempelhof. The US Army had some aviation activities there, largely UH-1 perimeter patrols, but the facility and military presence was
    Air Force. There was a base operating group, but the primary unit was USAFSS. The basketball court, a bowling alley on the fifth floor, a library, and a very active NCO Club and Officers Club were all on the premises. Across the street (Columbiadamm) still stands what was
    the base theater. USAFSS operations were for a time in the very end of the building where the radar dome can be seen. Took up several floors there. A second facility was constructed in an area of Berlin called Marienfelde near what was then the border with E. Berlin. Nothing exists of that huge facility now except the mound of WWII rubble that it was constructed on.

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I am a recent college graduate with a degree in Aviation Management. I spend my time as an airline industry professional, private pilot, blogger and world traveler. I have visited 36 countries to date and don't plan on slowing down. This blog is my way of sharing the latest developments in the airline industry as well as experiences from my world travels. All views and opinions are strictly my own.

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