10 Best Facebook Pages of All Time About Aviation

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10 Best Facebook Pages of All Time About Aviation

The Internet is chock full of resources – not the least of which is the popular social media site Facebook. With in incredibly varied user base, it makes for a tremendously diverse information and community hub for just about any topic or industry – this is especially true when it comes to aviation.

Whether you are looking for information on vintage planes or looking to surround yourself with a group of like-minded plane-loving people just like you, Facebook is the place to go. Below are the top ten Facebook pages pertaining to aviation in all its splendor.

1. The Fighter Factory

This page is the online social media presence for the “aircraft restoration and maintenance division of the Virginia Beach Military Aviation Museum.” These vintage aircraft specialists use Facebook as their online playground – posting pictures galore along with videos and specific plane updates as they work to restore old planes to their former glory.

2. The Military Aviation Museum

The sole mission of the Military Aviation Museum Facebook page is to share their love for the history of aviation with the world – at over 24,000 followers strong, they are definitely achieving that mission, all with world-class information, photos, sneak peaks of planes, and more. As they are home to what they proudly refer to as “one of the largest private collections of First and Second World War, and Korean War era fighters, bombers, trainers and seaplanes,” this Facebook page is a must for anyone with a love for planes; especially for those with historic relevance.

3. Future of Flight

Whereas the previous two Facebook pages dealt with historically relevant planes and information, the Future of Flight Boeing Facebook page is a haven for forward thought in the world of aviation. Their location has hands-on exhibits and interactive areas galore to help get the creative juices of both young and old flowing. They post often to their Facebook page, so even if you are far from their brick and mortar location, you can still share in the wonder of discovery and the excitement of what is in store for planes of the future.

4. Planes of Fame Air Museum

While the journey from 10 original aircraft to over 150 has been a long one, our mission has never changed. It is the Mission of Planes of Fame Air Museum to preserve aviation history, inspire interest in aviation, educate the public, and honor aviation pioneers and veterans. And although the Museum spans the history of manned flight from the Chanute Hang Glider of 1896 to the Space Age of Apollo, many more chapters remain to be written and many more stories told before the vision of a young Ed Maloney is finally fulfilled.

5. All About Airplanes

General aviation information is provided on this Facebook page for those interested.

6. Historical Aviation Film Unit

HAFU produces high quality still photos and video footage of aviation and motorsport activities (primarily) in New Zealand, and publishes the material in a variety of formats for the enjoyment of enthusiasts worldwide.

7. Aviation History Magazine

Aviation History magazine is published six times a year by the Weider History Group, Leesburg, Virginia. Amazing but true stories. Cold War interceptors, Martin’s A-30. And More! And their Facebook page showcases it!

8. About the Blue Angels

The Blue Angels is the United States Navy‘s flight demonstration squadron. The Blue Angels team was formed in 1946, making it the second oldest formal flying aerobatic team (under the same name) in the world, after the French Patrouille de France formed in 1931. The Blue Angels’ six demonstration pilots fly the F/A-18 Hornet, typically in more than 70 shows at 34 locations throughout the United States each year, where they still employ many of the same practices and techniques used in their aerial displays in 1946. An estimated 11 million spectators view the squadron during air shows each full year. The Blue Angels also visit more than 50,000 people in a standard show season (March through November) in schools and hospitals. Since 1946, the Blue Angels have flown for more than 260 million spectators.

9. World Aviation

A Facebook page aimed at serious aviation enthusiasts who are looking for comprehensive information on a variety of aircrafts.

10. Aviation Around the World

A Facebook page aimed for people that have a true passion for aviation of any kind.

No matter what you are looking to find, the ten aviation-centered Facebook pages above offer a comprehensive mix of old and new, historical and futuristic, American and abroad. Take a moment to check out these vibrant online communities and continue growing your love for planes!

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