Where Can an Individual List the Death of a Virginia Pilot?


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List the death of a Virginia pilot in industry, trade and club publications, as well as local media. Most airlines and airports have company publications and newsletters for employees that periodically list death notices of past and present company employees.

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Pilots frequently belong to trade unions, such as the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association; pilots unions for particular airlines, such as the Southwest Airlines Pilots Union; and local flying clubs, such as the Tidewater Flying Club in Newport News, Virginia. These and similar organizations have newsletters, websites with member forums or classified listings for listing members’ obituaries. The death notice for a Virginia pilot can also be listed in local media, such as newspapers, which may include "The Virginian-Pilot" obituaries. Despite its name, "The Virginian-Pilot" is not a publication for aviators. It is a long-running Virginia daily newspaper published by Pilot Media.

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