Happy Waterbird Sunday From Malta
While the United States and Canada are our major playground, there is lots of nice stuff happening in other parts of the world. Few take the time to submit pictures these days, a few Facebook likes and shares appear much more important to most. Sad, even though catering to audiences with particularly short attention spans, leaves many of us news-writers wondering why the darn SEO optimizing software still suggests up to 300 letters per text… Why not do it with pictures? Easier for us, easier for everyone!
Malta offers an amazing scenery for people who think that airplanes and water should be the norm. Those who have been there (even as land-rat tourists) long to return and those who haven’t been there, will never know how much charm and beauty is to be discovered in this country and its people. Did you know that there is a reason to fly your seaplane there in 2019? Simply click on the banner below and find out!
Reminder: #TheFutureOfWaterflying doesn’t create itself out of thin air. It is MADE. It costs time, effort and money. Here’s a call to action to our worldwide audience of seaplane pilots and owners to help by putting Malta on their map of possible destinations in 2019. The 2019 Roberts Cup will take place from October 3. – 6.. 2019 and a first lofty goal would be to get just 10 participating crews to put the hammer down and be part of it. We wish we could, but find our travel budget for 2019 and beyond shot to pieces due to a lack of support from our industry.
Please submit horizontal images with no less than 1200 x 800 pixels via Email only. The correct email address to use is [email protected] and we generally respond quickly to acknowledge receipt. If you are submitting images, a few lines of text will help us greatly. We look forward to hearing from everyone!