Flyguides Launches Oregon & NW Flying Guides

WILMINGTON, Del., Nov. 22 /PRNewswire/ — Flyguides Pilot Travel, the web’s most comprehensive general aviation travel resource and official travel provider to the Oregon Pilots Association, has launched its guide to Oregon flying. For Oregon tourism businesses, catering to pilots means appealing to 600,000 of America’s wealthiest and best-traveled people (see http://www.flyguides.com/survey for details).

“Within Oregon’s boundaries are some of America’s most diverse landscapes,” said Flyguides CEO Nick Selby, “and some of the best flying anywhere in the world. We’re delighted that the OPA has trusted Flyguides to present Oregon’s majesty to pilots across the country.”

Pilots – and their friends and families – will enjoy a rich source of detailed information about Oregon’s diverse and dramatic beauty, and specific, detailed technical information about how to best see it by airplane safely and efficiently. Flyguides offers great destination ideas from personal perspectives without the pop-ups and sales pitches of commercial travel sites.

Coverage (http://www.flyguides.com/oregon) began with Portland, Eugene, Bend, Corvallis, Tillamook, Newport, Cannon Beach and McMinnville’s Evergreen Aviation Museum. Free registration is required.

“We began working with Flyguides in late 2002 to provide a pilot’s eye view of some of our hidden treasures,” said Mark Trujillo, Oregon Pilots Association president. “Aero Tourism has been a feature of Oregon’s aviation heritage, and is the most exciting way to reach and enjoy our many destinations.”

Flyguides, the travel destination information provider to AOPA ePilot, the electronic newsletter of the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association, provides extensive coverage of other tempting Pacific Northwest destinations for pilots, such as Seattle (http://www.flyguides.com/seattle), plus guides to places including San Francisco (http://www.flyguides.com/sf), Los Angeles (http://www.flyguides.com/lax), Las Vegas (http://www.flyguides.com/lv), The Grand Canyon (http://www.flyguides.com/gcn) and dozens of other large and small destinations across America.

Flyguides authors generally have more than ten years of experience in professional travel writing – experience which means a range of information of interest to pilots, families, and individuals.

About Flyguides, Inc.

Flyguides was founded by pilots who combined their interest in flying with their travel guidebook publishing know-how. Flyguides directors have extensive experience in management, editorial, design and cartography, at such famous names as Lonely Planet and Trailblazer Guides.

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