New daily newsletter complements 'ePilot'
With the launch of Aviation eBrief, the new daily e-mail newsletter sponsored by AOPA, members are asking what this means for AOPA ePilot. Written by pilots for pilots, ePilot will still be the once a week source of general aviation news, AOPA advocacy efforts, and safety tips. And, you’ll still receive it in your inbox every Friday morning.
So, what’s the difference between Aviation eBrief and ePilot?
Aviation eBrief is a daily collection of 10 articles, compiled from aviation and general news sources around the country. The GA-focused articles are intended to give you a daily snapshot of what’s going on in the industry, at airports, and on Capitol Hill. While Aviation eBrief reports the straight news as pulled from newspapers, magazines, and Web sites nationwide, ePilot delves deeper—to let you know how your flying will be affected by a piece of legislation, how you can cut flying costs, and what you can do to become a safer pilot. In other words, our ePilot writers will continue to write stories geared specifically toward helping keep you up to date on everything you need to know as pilot in command.
You’ll find unique stories and points of view in each electronic publication. We encourage you to check out Aviation eBrief. Sign up today and be among the first to receive this new source for aviation news.
February 5, 2009