The Future of FlightBlogger

My name is Stuart Clarke and i’m the new editor of We know that many of you have been waiting patiently for an update on the status of this blog. We apologise for any frustration caused while we took the time to carefully consider what to do with FlightBlogger before making any formal decision.

As most of you know, Jon Ostrower no longer works for Flightglobal, and has taken up a position at the Wall Street Journal. You can follow him now and as proud alumni of we wish him the best and follow his career with interest.

Obviously continuing this blog without Jon was always going be a difficult task, so we’ve taken the decision to keep this blog and its records as an archive and resource, but we will not be publishing any new content.

We will also be switching off commenting on this blog shortly but please contact me with any of your further questions.

Instead we will soon start a new blog from one of our most experienced journalists that will cover the world of air transport so stay tuned, and of course we also have many excellent blogs written by our other expert journalists – which you can check out on our dedicated blogs homepage.

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