AirDailyX is run by a group of extremely passionate individuals whose sole purpose on this website is to promote the flight simulation hobby. We have core principals we operate under to ensure our content is consistent, fair, and of a high quality. Our team consists of people with years of both flight simulation and real world aviation experience. We are always looking for new staff to join our team, so if you are interesting in becoming a member of the ADX Team, please click here to view the requirements of our editors.
Current ADX Team
Publisher Managing Partner, POSCON
Preferred Flight Sim: P3D v4
NYC financier. Owner of the only Level D 737-800 in a Manhattan residence.
CPU: i9 7900X 4.7 10 cores at 4.7 GHz MOBO: ASUS ROG Rampage 6 Extreme RAM: 64 GB of DDR4 @ 3200 GPU: 3 x GTX Titan Pascal
Contributing Editor Managing Partner, POSCON
Preferred Flight Sim: X-Plane
Professional airline pilot by day, FS enthusiast by night, founder of the Positive Control Network, and the behind the scenes guy at ADX. I have over 17 years of experience with flight simulator.
I've been a part of the flight sim community for several years now. Learning to fly on various networks has given me the opportunity to explore my interests in aviation. I recently got my Private Pilot certificate in February 2017. Now currently working on my instrument rating in college, I’d like to give back to the community by keeping them informed of the latest FS news available!
CPU: Intel Pentium CPU G630 2.70ghz MOBO: Dell Inc. 0GDG8Y (CPU 1) RAM: 4 GB RAM GPU: Integrated Graphics
Contributing Editor Founder, ADX
Preferred Flight Sim: P3D v4
D'Andre built ADX into what it is today. He is one of the of original founding members and now serves as our video production specialist and creative director.
Krikor is a long-time flight simulator enthusiast with experience with both X-Plane and FSX/P3D. He is currently a student pilot in the greater Boston area with long-term aspirations of flying for a commercial airline. In addition to his aviation hobby, Krikor is an avid model railroader, modeling the New York, New Haven and Hartford railroad's Northeast Corridor.
CPU: i7 7700K @ 4.2 GHz MOBO: ASUS Z270E STRIX RAM: 16 GB of DDR4 @ 3200 MHz GPU: ASUS STRIX GTX1070OC
Preferred Flight Sim: FSX
Current private and instrument rated pilot. Working on a bachelors degree in Unmanned Aerial Systems from Arizona State University. In my spare time I can be found at a ballpark or at my computer flying commercial flights in FSX.
Prithvi is a FAA Certified Private Pilot working on his instrument rating with an end goal of being an airline pilot. He is an avid aviation enthusiast who has been in the flight simulator world since 2012 starting with Flight Simulator X and is now using Prepar3D v4 and X-Plane 11. He is very active on the VATSIM network both as an air traffic controller and a pilot, and enjoys taking various aircraft on short hops. He strives to keep the Flight Simulator community thriving and growing, as well as furthering his knowledge in aviation.
Since I was about 5 I set an unprecedented love for aviation in my family. After doing some looking, I Joined the flight sim world back in 2014 and VATSIM in 2015, but it wasn’t until I found ZNY and controlling is where I learned and excelled my learning of the field. From experiences online and other aviation related endeavors, as a student in high school, I intend to pursue down the path of flight either in air traffic control or aerospace engineering, but the future will tell. Since then I have taken my passion to the real world with soon obtaining a private pilots license.
I’ve been in flight simulation since the late 1980’s. I earned my private pilot single engine (PSEL) license in 1992 at 19 years of age. Earned my instrument rating and went through commercial pilot training in 2001 at WestWind School of Aeronautics in Phoenix, AZ (KDVT). I live in Portland, Oregon (U.S.A.) in the Pacific Northwest. I work in science research to pay the bills. I’ve been married for over 14 years and have a 5-year-old daughter.
Howdy! My name is Alec, and I'm from Boston. I've been flying for three years, and I'm a private/instrument pilot working on my commercial certificate. I'll be studying aerospace engineering in college, and I have about 8 years of flight simulator experience. My life revolves around aviation, coffee, and food, in that order.
CPU: i7-7700K @ 4.2GHz MOBO: ASUS ROG STRIX Z270F RAM: 16 GB of DDR4 @ 3733 MHz GPU: Asus ROG STRIX GTX 1070Ti
Preferred Flight Sim: P3D v4
Starting with FS98, I've spent over a decade using pretty much every Simulator available. Today, I run Prepar3Dv4 and X-Plane 11 and repaint aircraft for fun. I'm currently working on my PPL and hope to someday fly the 737 commercially.
I basically serve one role around here... I correct everyone's bad code!
CPU: i7 4770k w/ custom WC MOBO: Asus Sabertooth Z87 RAM: 16GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 GPU: Asus Strix GTX 1080
Interested in becoming an ADX Editor?
Contributing Editors are responsible for finding and posting the news, helping out with streams, and reviewing products and services related flight simulation. The goal of ADX is to make it easier for the flight simulation community to learn the FS news quickly, efficiently, and accurately. All platforms of flight simulator (FSX, P3D, X-Plane, etc.) will be covered and posted in an unbiased manner.
Candidates must possess strong written and verbal communication skills for not only writing articles, but also to effectively communicate with the ADX team.
Candidates must maintain the AirDailyX daily news feed, reviews section, airport map and conduct live streams whenever possible.
While not a disqualifying requirement, candidates should maintain a high quality sim and computer that can handle the products they will be reviewing.
Candidates must maintain a strong work ethic and passion for the flight simulation news
Candidates must have the time to contribute daily to the website.
As an ADX Contributing Editor, you will have the opportunity to give back to the community and have your content seen by an extremely large audience of FS enthusiasts. You will also have the opportunity to work with a great team of individuals that share your passion. If that is not enough, other benefits to becoming an ADX Contributing Editor include receiving free add-on products. Who doesn’t like free stuff?