Aviation Featured Articles on WingsOverKansas.com Now Totals Over the 400 Mark and Growing

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From Wichita, the Air Capital of the World, WingsOverKansas.com continues to offer the worldwide aviation community unique and expanded information of value to their aviation interests.

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Aviation industries, organizations and enthusiasts now have expanded resources of aviation information at their grasp on the World Wide Internet, by logging on to the web site, http://www.wingsoverkansas.com.

This growing aviation web site adds new content information weekly from aviation industry sources, aviation authors and historians. Of value to the General and Military Aviation audience alike are subjects on Aviation News, Aviation, Aviation History, Aviation Careers, Aircraft Photo Galleries, Aviation Quizzes and much more.

What started as a Kansas Aviation focused web site for the Past, Present & Future of Boeing-Wichita, Bombardier Aerospace/Learjet, Cessna Aircraft and Raytheon/Beech Aircraft, has now grown to encompass the U.S. and the World Aviation Community with over 140 countries worldwide logging on.

WingsOverKansas.com has gathered a host of esteemed aviation authors, historians and aerospace professionals to oversee the web site content and provide expert guidance. Included in this group is Walter J. Boyne, former Director of the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum, former Chairman/Editor-in-chief of Wingspan Air & Space Channel, and Internationally respected Author/Historian. Another industry recognized leader in the group is Edward H. Phillips, Southwest Bureau Chief for Aviation Week & Space Technology Publications and a well respected Author/Historian as well.

For more information on WingsOverKansas.com page features for aviation professionals and enthusiasts, please log on to http://www.wingsoverkansas.com or contact Carl Chance at e-mail address on web site protected from spam bots.

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