Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 28, 2009
It's time to upgrade (or downgrade) your aircraft, find a CFI, share a flight, look for an aviation job, and sell your used flight bag... Where do you go? Some typical choices like Controller.com, tradeaplane.com, airjobsdaily.com, and airparks.com come to mind... but, they only cater to individual choices for each service. In this ever-changing Internet-based world, it seems there's always a new and better place to go. About a year ago, a new company showed up in the Aviation world, and promises to be the primary source for all marketable aviation items or services: http://www.Aerolist.org
This website has it all: Aircraft for sale, flight sharing, aviation jobs, fly-in vacation homes, airparks, CFI's, used items for sale, you name it. And, the best part about Aerolist.org is that its all FREE.
Christopher Bowers, founder of Aerolist.org was looking for a single place to go where aviation enthusiasts can easily search for aircraft, sell used flight training gear, and find a good fly-in vacation destination, all on one site... "The existing websites either charge excessively for their services, or don't offer a slick and easy way to filter results; and, they are so completely cluttered with advertising it makes it difficult to find your searches through the clutter. Sites like Ebay occasionally have headsets, and used flight training gear for sale, and Craigslist is easy and free to use, but neither of these choices fits the aviation world." Mr. Bowers came up with the idea of creating a website similar to Craigslist.org which is free, easy to navigate, easy to post items, and primarily, easy to search and filter for specific aviation items.
Aerolist.org has no membership fees, requires no account to post items, and is very user-friendly in it's design and functionality. People are always asking Mr. Bowers "how do you make money on Aerolist.org?" Mr. Bowers says "we don't... at least not at this point." Aerolist was designed as a free community for everyone to use. Free usually means there's a catch, but Mr. Bowers assures users that just like Craigslist, the service is not out to sell advertising, or spam users with emails or offers. Mr. Bowers says "Aerolist may start to charge a small fee for some of the posting categories someday, but for now, anyone and everyone interested in buying or selling aviation items, products, or services can use it for free."