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« on: August 22, 2010, 07:10:33 AM »
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Aviation News Links is an alert service noting articles published on-line that may be of interest to our followers.  While an effort will be made to keep these links current, we cannot guarantee that the linked web page (URL) will lead to an active page, as the publishers often do not support their pages very long before deleting or moving them.

National aviation news usually "breaks" before the local Twin Cities or Minnesota implications come to be reported, or not reported at all, by local media. To keep SMAAC Directors and Supporters well informed, we conduct frequent scans of large newspapers, wire services, trade magazines and internet blogs for major economic, political, technological, environmental and social trends and issues affecting airlines and airports.
By opening this service to our members, SMAAC hopes to better inform Minnesota businesses, consumers, legislators and government agencies related to aviation. When we notice interesting information posted by an original source, or a decent news story about information from an original source, we will hang out a link here.

Before following a link:
1. Consider the article's dateline not the date the link was posted.
2. Consider that national or international facts or trends, especially those posted by bloggers, may not necessarily apply to Minnesota. U. S. government statistics, however, are generally reliable.
3. SMAAC's list is not a thorough or random sample, but rather it is the places our writers and editors visited researching an article or following a story.
4. Managing these links is space-restricted: the eleventh link posted replaces the first one posted.

If you think a link should be discussed or a story-line followed, tell us about it by posting a Reply under this topic.  We will consider your point, and you may find you have started a new topic in the blog.  We do not post comments about a link at the link because of the volatility of the pages linked to and likely duplication of information reported in the blog or elsewhere by SMAAC.


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