The Air Current launches expanded coverage of business & general aviation and aviation infrastructure

Will Guisbond joins TAC as Staff Reporter

Will Guisbond joins TAC as Staff Reporter
Will Guisbond joins TAC as Staff Reporter

The Air Current, a leader in independent aviation journalism, begins the new year with a fresh expansion and welcomes Will Guisbond. As staff reporter, Guisbond will widen TAC’s award-winning coverage of the aviation industry to include business and general aviation, and global airport and air traffic control infrastructure and policy.

Along with a deep passion for aviation, Guisbond brings his aerospace industry expertise to the global issues and forces — industrial, technological and environmental — that are going to shape these vital sectors for decades to come. He is also an instrument rated private pilot.

At a time when growth in the air is increasingly constrained, exploring the issues affecting the infrastructure on the ground is essential. This sector of the aviation industry deserves more reporting than ever that illuminates the why — precisely the ongoing focus of The Air Current.

Guisbond’s earlier bylines appeared on where he reported to TAC Senior Editor Elan Head.

Our readers will have already seen Guisbond’s work in our recent extensive and ongoing coverage of the Boeing 737 Max 9 issues. As is the case with all of our coverage on aviation safety, these articles and dispatches are available to all, without a subscription required.

“Will has already hit the ground running and has quickly become an integral part of The Air Current’s reporting on the 737 Max 9,” said Jon Ostrower, TAC’s editor-in-chief.

Guisbond can be found on LinkedIn, X/Twitter at @willguisbond, on Threads at @willguisbond and his new email His reports will begin appearing on The Air Current later this month.

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