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“The Aviators”: Will you watch?

May 29, 2009 by Jill W. Tallman, Associate Editor

A Toronto production company is bringing a new television series, The Aviators, to the United States in 2010. The producers have struck a deal with PBS to bring the series to 330 markets.

Billed as showing “the people…the places…the planes…of North American aviation,” the show promises to bring “a fast-paced, weekly TV series hosted and written by pilots” that will cover¬†topics ranging from aircraft design and the latest GPS technology to accident and safety awareness, airline profiles, and remote fly-in getaways from Canada to the Bahamas. They’ll also show episodes on the Web site and publish stories and features from the series in a print format. You can view a promo here.



6 Responses to ““The Aviators”: Will you watch?”

  1. Sam Says:

    Yep… looks cool.

  2. Mike Porter Says:

    Heck yeah I’ll watch!

  3. Nicole Says:

    Of course I will watch, I am eagerly awaiting the first episode.

  4. Steve Roth Says:

    Since the “Wings” Channel on cable went over to the “Military Channel” there has been a paucity of new aviation entertainment. Lots of re-runs. Thus, I am looking forward to something new. I just hope it has episodes on “little airplanes” that most of us can afford to own and maintain.

  5. car accident attorneys Says:

    I admire the time and effort you put into your blog. I wish I had the same drive :)

  6. Bill erven Says:

    I’m only an rc flyer but enjoy all things aero. will watch.

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