We found that the organization hosting www.Airnews.co.za is Internet Solutions in South Africa.
A more detailed IP address report for www.Airnews.co.za is below. At the time you pulled this report, the IP of www.Airnews.co.za is 22.214.171.124 and is located in the time zone of Africa/Johannesburg. The context of www.Airnews.co.za is "Airnews" and could reflect the theme of the content available on the resource. More IP details of www.Airnews.co.za are shown below along with a map location.
|Host of this IP:||valkyr.aserv.co.za|
|User Rating:||Rated / 5|
|Local Time:||09/23/2017 09:22 AM|
|Name||World Airnews Magazine | Africa's Leading Aviation Journal|
|Summary||WORLD AIRNEWS is Africas oldest and widest circulating aviation journal and is read regularly by senior executives, chief pilots, fleet captains, purchasing officers, engineers etc. of national airlines, commuter airlines, charter and air taxi operators, civil airport authorities, by commerce and industry, senior air force personnel, Ministers of Transport and Defence, private pilots, aircraft owners and by people in all walks of life who are interested, or directly involved, in the aviation industry.|
|Targets||World, Airnews, Aviation, Aeroplane, Flying, Planes, Helicopters, Checklist, Aviation Safety, Aircraft Sales, Pilot, International Magazine, Southern Africa, Africa, Tom Chalmers, Flarepath, Hangar Talk, Cirrus Aircraft, National Airways Corporation, Air to Air, Photography, Aviation Journalism, Journal, Journalist, Aviation Articles, Boeing, Fortune Air, Hawker Beechcraft, Airbus, Eurocopter, Chief Pilots, Cabin Crew, Flight Attendant, Airforce, South Africa, Airlines, National, Fleet Captains, Commercial Aviation, Military Aviation, Transport, Defense, Africa, Aerospace, Aircrew, Pilots, Airshow, Airshows, News, Planes, aerospace, flying, fly, light aircraft, military aircraft, airshow, airshows, aerospace defence, gliders, flight, flights|
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