AOPA Teaches Us How to Talk to Reporters about Aviation

Guide to talking to reporters about aviation

General aviation stories tend to be inaccurate and negative at best. No, the media isn’t out to get us, but according to AOPA “aviation is a complicated and specialized industry that can’t be understood in a few phone calls.” In short, we aren’t good at talking to journalists!

To help, AOPA has put together a great interactive guide to talking to reporters. It gives pilots and airport workers a clear idea of the do’s and don’ts of news interviews and even provides a great checklist for media events.

Check out AOPA’s Guide to Talking to Reporters here.


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Pat Flannigan is a professional pilot and aviation blogger. He has been flying for fifteen years and is currently working as an airline pilot in the United States.

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