About Us

Bruce Leibowitz
Clients
Alpha Business Images
Southwest Airlines
American Scientist Magazine
Cherbo Publishing Group
Curtiss-Wright Corporation
Squadron 17 Air Shows
Indigo Night Graphics
Jung-MedienPartner
Flight Safety Foundation
Federal Aviation Administration
WSMV-TV
Sterling Publishing
Timken Aerospace & Defense
Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources
Skyworld Aviation (UK)
Ringston Media
Raytheon Airline Aviation Services
TIME Magazine
United States Navy VQ-3
Aerospace Coating International
Marsh USA
…and more

Bruce Leibowitz

Photographer

I’ve been an aviation enthusiast since my first ride on an airliner as a young child. I started sharing pictures online back in the late 1990s in the early days of the web. In 2002 I discovered that there is a market for aviation-related pictures so I began to expand my experience and equipment even more. Through this hobby I began associating with like-minded people and have made lots of great friends and acquaintances over the years. As a result I’ve learned a great deal about airplanes, flying, and the history of aviation. I love flying and sharing my passion with aviation enthusiasts.

As a photographer, I don’t do weddings. My subjects are aircraft and the people who build, maintain, and fly them as well as the view from above. I’ve learned a LOT about photography through this hobby and have been able to capture a wide range of images from the interesting to the routine to the stunning that document aircraft operations at their best.

Most of my aviation pictures are online at airliners.net, jetphotos.net, and Flickr. These high quality digital images are available for commercial, media, and personal use. See the Aviation Photography page for more information. A partial list of clients I have produced images for is on the left.

Flightline Aviation Media is more than just great images. I enjoy sharing my knowledge through the planespotting guide. I created the original version in 2003 and have received countless emails from aviation enthusiasts around the world. You can learn more about how to identify many of the planes that you’ll see at a typical airport along with some helpful resources and places I’ve found where you can get a great view.

Don’t forget to follow us on facebook and twitter (links at the top of this page) to keep up with the latest interesting photos, events, and aviation-related news & views. Contact me with any comments, feedback, or to inquire about aviation images for your business.

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