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The Military Channel has aired episodes about gunships, however The Aviators seems more capable of producing stories that catch the interest of the audience.
I’ve watched every episode several times now over the years and it just never gets old.
You’ve done more to popularize general aviation in the mass market than anyone in a very, very long time!
I just watched the program… I had always wanted (dreamed) to fly and when a gentleman being interviewed said “Just do it!” I decided to enroll in ground school.
You have a TV series that is smart. You don’t talk down to your viewers, you bring us to beautiful and interesting places, and you have an obvious love of the planes you fly. What’s not to love?
Everything from SR-71s to sailplanes. The crazy thing is I think my wife likes it more than I do!
You have inspired so many young people like myself to live my dream and fly. You are an idol to me! Keep up the amazing work!
Congratulations on creating the best aviation television show in history!
My four kids love watching the show and I can already tell it’s helping foster what will be a lifelong love of all things aviation in them.
My absolute favorite program on TV these days, and they replay it every Saturday. Rugby… what’s that?
Really well done show on aviation… they aimed for keeping the average person interested in flight and succeeded brilliantly.
New planes and classics. Young pilots and classics. This show has it all!
Your show has helped my affinity for aviation to resurface. It’s crafted perfectly for non-aviators, helping them to see that it’s never too late to consider taking up flying. It truly feels like a show meant for people just like me.
Well done show that both educates and captures the love of flying. As the pilot community contracts this sort of show is needed to help excite children to seek out their pilot’s license and explore it either as a career or a hobby.
Very well done! It has the right combination of information that pilots will find interesting, but won’t leave non-pilots in the dark. Keep it coming!
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