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People are looking for ways to use planes every day, whether it's air freight, shipping goods overseas, or even moving without the need of a truck. For all these inquiries, your website can benefit with an air transportation writer. An air transportation writer can write about many different topics, from FedEx's air freight policies to charter planes in tourist countries such as Costa Rica. Readers are also looking for the easiest or cheapest means of flying or shipping, which your website can have all the answers to. Get an air transportation writer now and give your visitors what they're looking for.

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Hunter A

Last online 3 days

Hunter Amato is a graduate of Florida State University with two degrees covering English writing, Italian, political science, and philosophy. He is a renowned technical writer and copywriter specializing in finance, technology, and law. Currently living in New York City, Hunter is the lead technical writer and copywriter for the WinIt App.

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Kim H

Panama City, Florida, United States • Last online about 4 hours

Kim Hill is a freelance writer, author, award-winning photographer, and loves to make art with real butterflies. Kim lives in Florida, has two degrees in Criminology, and is also an advocate for SkinCancer.net. Kim recently had three of her photographs selected for the Clio Art Fair in Chelsea, NYC and has two books out - Abandoned Northwest Florida and Abandoned After the Storm: Hurricane Michael.

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Sasha V

Chicago, Illinois, United States • Last online about 2 hours

Sasha is a professional writer and content strategist in Chicago. She helps businesses ranging in size from solopreneurs to global enterprises with projects in innovation, new ventures and startup culture.

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Fred D

Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada • Last online 6 days

Fred is a trained chef and former restaurateur, living and working in Atlantic Canada. In earlier careers he worked in financial planning and technology retailing, and retains a strong interest in those areas. He has contributed well over 7,000 articles to online venues including Zack's, Opposing Views, Disney Family, Samsung.com, Livestrong and eHow, and the websites of The Nest, the Houston Chronicle, San Francisco Chronicle, Walgreen's and Kroger.

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Ellen G

New York, New York, United States • Last online about 10 hours

Ellen Gilmer is a published author, speaker and performance artist living in New York City. She has spoken and performed internationally and enjoys sharing her experiences with others. She has published two books with the Pentland Press Ltd. and Carnegie Publishing Ltd. in England: La Belle Famille, a novel, and Free Style Run of the Heart, a book of dramatic monologues with poetic songs, and she is now an active KDP Amazon publisher. Her latest book, published with Create Space, is entitled, Song Poems from the Cumulus Cloud and Creative Essays. Ellen is also a journalist for the International Press Association and a Cultural Ambassador for the International Biographical Centre in Cambridge, England. She is always interested in comments and feedback from her readers, who make sharing creative ideas and art forms possible, successful a...

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Read Sample Air Transportation Blog Posts

The best way to find the perfect air transportation content writer for your business is to read writing samples they have published in the past. All Scripted writers offer writing samples to potential clients to showcase their talent and experience. Check out these blog posts from a few of our air transportation writers:

Why Don’t We Trust Self-Driving Cars?

Americans are nervous about driving alongside cars that are 100% operated by computers. For many, the idea belongs in a science fiction movie. Could a vehicle really move from point A to point B efficiently, safely, and with the same ability to make good decisions as a human? We don't think so.

Autonomous vehicles are a big part of our future on the road. Instead of slowly getting used to the idea, the general public's distrust of self-driving cars is growing. AAA released the results of a studyconducted in April of 2018 showing that 73% of drivers in America...

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The Adrenaline Junkie’s Guide to High Performance Pontoon Boats

Back in the year 1951, a man named Ambrose Weeres changed the future of boating by inventing the popular pontoon boat. While he might not have been thinking about the luxurious aspect when he came up with the idea of this stable alternative to a traditional fishing boat, the pontoon boat has come a long way since its early days.

The Minnesotan boating enthusiast managed to redefine modern boating with his creation, and this wonderful style of watercraft has evolved in more ways than one.

Handling and speed are the two main focal points of the pontoon industry. If you...

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Flying With a Toddler: 7 Great Tips for Staying Sane and Keeping Kids Entertained

Flying with a toddler is enough to make even seasoned parents break out in a sweat. There are the nervous stares as you walk down the center aisle. The repeated utterances of "Oh, so sorry!" and "Thanks for picking that up!" The shuffling back and forth between seats until you have just the right set up, with everything you need within easy reach. Sound familiar? If you've ever traveled with a toddler, you know this scenario well. Although just getting settled on the plane alone is an exercise in patience and stamina, it's only a small part of the whole...

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