Changes to the Turnaround Time Blog


We want to make you aware of some changes that we're making to Aviation Week's blogs.

Following your feedback, we will be switching our blog platform later in the year to one that allows us to deliver more multimedia content, more often. This change will also improve your browsing and social experience. We'll share more details on the new platform closer to that time.

In the meantime, we are also making some changes to our civil aviation blogs. Turnaround Time and Business Aviation Now will be closed for new posts. As of today, you will find new business aviation and MRO content on our popular Things With Wings blog - our central hub for all civil aviation activity.

Military/defense-related MRO blogs can be found on our Ares blog and space blogs will continue at OnSpace.

Don't worry. You'll still be able to access all our past content. You can find Turnaround Time here and Business Aviation Now here.

Please change your bookmarks to Things With Wings. The RSS feed is at the bottom of this message.

We always want to receive your feedback and comments on our online blog content. Please email or leave a comment below (by the way, we've listened to you, and commenting on our blogs will also be a lot easier when the new platform is implemented). 

Thanks for reading.

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