Why ads?

Keeping this website online takes a lot of time, and unfortunately also a lot of money. Server costs, domain names, maintenance, script licenses,... it all requires money to keep it running. Therefore, it's necessary to gather funds through advertising, affiliate agreements and sponsoring.

We know, the internet is already full of ads, but we try to make the ads as specific as possible, so they can be helpful for our visitors and members as well.

Advertisements in the form of affiliate or sponsored links will always be announced with a message on the specific page. Clicking on those links will not cost you anything, but it might give us a share of the sold products. This will however never influence our opinion about the product.

If you have any questions, suggestions or complains regarding the ads on our website, please feel free to let us know here. We will always try to get back to you as soon as we can.

Advertise on Hangar.Flights

With visitors from all around the world, ranging from young people dreaming about aviation and glider pilots to private pilots and experienced airline captains, our website is the perfect place to reach your ideal audience in this industry.

Our website currently receives between 1700 and 2500 unique visitors each month, with a total of over 38,000 visitors and 93,000 page views since our launch in May '16.

Other interesting statistics:

Multiple forms of advertising on our website are possible:

Advertising through our social media accounts also belongs to the possibilities. We currently have an online audience of 32k+ pilots and aviation enthusiasts. Most of this audience has been built on our Instagram account, which is currently being followed by 29k people.

Of course, we're also open to other suggestions for advertising or other ways to do great things together. A growing aviation website, with lots of potential and a big audience, join us now!

If you're interested in advertising with us or for any other business enquiries, please send a message to our founder and owner Senne Vandenputte,