Monday, July 6, 2009

Flight Line Radio at AirVenture 2009 Offers More for Your Money

Oshkosh, Wisconsin, July 27th- August 2nd, 2009

Although the current economic climate is impacting many major events this summer there is still good value to be found.

Returning again this year to AirVenture, Flight Line Radio enhances the experience and increase the value to those attending. Flight Line Radio is a service that allows guests of the air show to move around anywhere on the grounds and stay connected to all of the action in the air.

Starting Saturday July 25, Flight Line Radio users will be able to listen in on the aircraft comms as well as receive special announcements. Later in the week listeners will be able to hear the air show announcers from anywhere on the grounds. Visitors to the show no longer need to stand in the hot sun just to be near a PA speaker, or have to carry a bulky expensive scanner to listen to the aircraft comms. Flight Line Radio allows patrons to watch the show from anywhere and still listen to all of the action.

Users will also be able to listen to EAA Radio Live as well as Flight Line internet Radio.

Flight Line internet Radio is a 24/7 aviation radio station featuring Aviation talk segments aero-tainment news and music.

The Fight Line Radio receiver is a lightweight credit card sized radio receiver that comes complete with earbuds, battery and a lanyard to hang around the neck. The batteries are replaceable and the receiver is reusable at many other venues.

The Flight Line Radio receivers are $15.00. The reusable receiver and replacement batteries are available at any of the EAA stores located on the grounds of AirVenture 2009. For more information visit

At Flight Line Radio our primary purpose is to provide radio transmission services to the event industry.

Our goal is to enhance the experience of the spectator and to elevate the image of the sponsorship.

In October of 2008, Flight Line Radio expanded and launched a 24/7 aviation radio station Flight Line Internet Radio ( which has become the premier source for aviation entertainment with a listening audience that spans the globe.

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