Today we celebrate the launch of our 50th magazine - August 2009. We have come a long way since our first issue in February 2005 and we would like to thank everybody who has helped us to get to where we are today. This issue is packed full of news and fantastic articles - visit HERE for more details.
To celebrate our 50th issue, we are delighted to announce a FANTASTIC subscription offer. From today for a limited period you will be able to get an annual subscription for just €40. A saving of €32! Please show your support for the magazine and subscribe either by post or online at www.pilotshop.ie. Each month your magazine will be posted direct to your door so you will never miss a thing going on in Irish Aviation!
Looking forward to many more magazines!
The FlyingInIreland Editorial Team
She requested my subsription to start from August, well two days later I received the August edition plus a copy of the July edition. (In which I was delighted to find an article on Arthur Wignall- fantastic stuff)
Well I can tell you I am very impressed, thanks so much lads!!
Another happy reader!!
I would, however, like to offer one piece of constructive criticism. It would be a good idea to run spelling and grammatical checks before going to press. I find it very frustrating to find several basic errors in spelling, grammar and punctuation on every page. It's just a pet hate I have and is in no way meant as a personal attack on any of the contributors. Running these checks or having the articles proofread beforehand should eliminate the problem and make the magazine an even better experience for all!
Thanks for the positive feedback.
We are always happy to receive constructive criticism, it is one of the best ways to improve the magazine. From the inside, it can sometimes be difficult to spot problems that are galringly obvious from the outside!
We generally have three people to proof read the magazine before it goes to print and we like to think we eliminate the vast majority of mistakes. Spell checker can be next to useless sometimes due to the technical nature of some of the articles. Perhaps the pressure of deadlines means we are proof reading a little too quickly! I'll have a word with the lads and try to improve this for the September issue.
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