Flight Line Internet Radio, which carries news from General Aviation News at the bottom of each hour, recently passed a milestone, achieving more than 600,000 unique web site visits in its first year of existence. Flight Line Radio launched Flight Line Internet Radio (FLiR), the world’s first “Aviation Radio Station,” Oct. 1, 2008.
“We have primarily grown by word-of-mouth,” says FLiR Marketing Director Don Costanza. “We get e-mails on a daily basis telling us how people found us through a friend, and that it is about time somebody created something like this. With the level of growth we have seen, Flight Line Internet Radio has tapped into the audiences’ desire to hear a myriad of aviation-related topics available on their computers 24/7 while at work, in the hangar or even FBO.”
Flight Line Internet Radio is not just talk radio. It is full-service radio station designed for an “affinity” group — pilots and those who love aviation — instead of an age group or geographical audience, Costanza explained.
“We designed Flight Line Internet Radio to be the background for the aviation enthusiast. We put together a mixture of aviation-related talk segments, unique programming and music to entertain just about anyone that loves flight,” said Jamie Till, technical director.
Flight Line Internet Radio continues to add new segments, such as the popular Warbird Beer Show. There are also daily top-of-the-hour updates regarding all things related to “aero-tainment” from the Indy Transponder, and at the bottom of the hour there are regular updates from General Aviation News providing interesting details on all aspects of aviation.
For more information: Flightlineinternetradio.com.