General Aviation Security Magazine Goes Global

General Aviation Security, the world's only magazine to focus on the unique security and safety issues for the general aviation community, is now distributed by Magzter and available in multiple electronic formats.

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GA Security Spring 2013

General Aviation Security Magazine

Thanks to our teaming with Magzter, General Aviation Security now makes it possible for aviators everywhere to stay current on the security and safety issues unique to general aviation.

San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) April 03, 2013

Planehook Aviation Services president David Hook announced today that his company's magazine General Aviation Security is now available to general aviators worldwide, thanks to the distribution power of Magzter. "The general aviation community is a global community," stated Hook. "Thanks to our teaming with Magzter, General Aviation Security now makes it possible for aviators everywhere to stay current on the security and safety issues unique to general aviation."

General aviation is a world-wide flying community, encompassing flight operations as diverse as emergency medical helicopter flights to intercontinental corporate business shuttles to flight instruction in trainer aircraft.

In its latest issue, General Aviation Security examines flying training. The flagship article "Where Are the Women" examines why male pilots outnumber female pilots by more than fourteen-to-one in the United States. Contributing author-aviatrixes tell of their experiences and give their points of view as to why there aren't more women in the ranks of general aviation pilots.

General Aviation Security, a quarterly digest, is in its third year of publication and is the product of the media division of Planehook Aviation Services, LLC. Planehook, in its ninth year, provides consulting services to general aviation airports, flight schools, corporate flight departments, and other flying organizations on cost-effective ways to protect general aviation assets.


Contact

  • David Hook
    planehook@hotmail.com
    210-653-8442
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