Aerolist Angers Competitors in Battle for Online Aviation Classifieds

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Competition for online advertising just took another swing today when announced their website is following in the steps of Craigslist®. No banner or pop-up advertising of any kind, and all postings are completely free. Aerolists' move is a 'thorn in the side' to existing 'pay' sites like,, &

In a move typical of todays world of free internet classifieds, announced it will allow anyone to post their aviation stuff for sale, just like Craigslist®, to save sellers and buyers the headache of dealing with expensive, crowded, and often complicated classifeds sites. Websites like,, & are angry that has removed all costs from posting multi-million dollar jets, small light aircraft, spare parts, etc.

"It's time to cut the fat" say President, Christopher Bowers, "Big aviation classifieds companies require big payrolls, high printing costs, supplemental advertising 'Pop-up' and 'banner ads', and paid vacations.. cuts the cost down to what it should be: Free." says Bowers.

"It's outrageous that a small-time company like Aerolist is trying to undercut our hard-earned businesses. They are essentially giving away the farm and putting lots of people out of work! We're pissed," says CEO (name withheld) of one of the large classified websites. is a leading online resource for used personal, business and transport aircraft, as well as all things aviation for pilots, student pilots, airline employees, aircraft brokers, or anyone interested in aviation-related products, aviation jobs, aviation services, aviation classifieds, announcements and much more.

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Christopher Bowers
Aerolist, LLC
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