NYCAviation on the Today Show!
Al and Ann were both a pleasure to hang out with, and smiles and laughs were shared by all as I explained the various ways one can practice their passion, how to go about identifying aircraft and we also gave them a photo lesson as well. Ann Curry knew her way around a camera already, and we were all very impressed with her handling of it. Al was eager to identify the planes and even amazed us at some of the airline knowledge he already had.
For those new visitors to the site, NYCAviation.com has been an online news and resource organization geared towards aviation enthusiasts for 6 years. A considerable amount of what we do surrounds the aspect of the hobby known as “planespotting”, where people go to airports to enjoy the sights and sounds of commercial aviation by means of taking photos, or just by relaxing with fellow aficionados on a nice day. To Learn more about Planespotting itself, check out our new and growing “Planespotting for Dummies” section.
The goal of NYCAviation is to create an environment that allows people to enjoy and celebrate their passion for aviation by not only providing the tools that are needed to have a fun time, but by working with the community to also make our airports a safer place.
Those tools that we make available include interesting, fun and relevant airline news, Spotting Guides, history features, an in-depth forum for communication, and consultation on the hobby, as you have seen on television today.
We wanted to provide something new and something that is unavailable to the hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts around the world. Our success in supporting the hobby, along with news references and syndications have been seen on CNN, The New York Times, The New Yorker, USA Today, The Telegraph, The Sun, and many other forms of television, radio, magazines and books.