David Clark H10-60 pilot / aviation headsets x 2. For sale due to upgrade to ANR headsets I have for sale a matching pair of DC’s. Always handled carefully when in use and this is reflected in their condition. Both are unmarked, cables in perfect condition etc. Gel ear seals for improved noise reduction and wearer comfort, adjustable stirrups allow you to adjust the ear piece pressure H&L for a custom fit, volume adjustment on both sides, multi adjustable mic boom. Storage / carry bags included. Mic socks were removed for hygiene purposes, these are readily available for a couple of pounds each. These headsets retail around $400 apiece new today so grab a bargain. Asking $360 for the pair. May sell separate. plz drop me a message. Collection in person is fine if your local. ( Ocean City MD)
Good evening fellow aviators!!! Im eager to get this party started!! Unfortunately we have a delay that will take us out to mid September before we can officially open at KSGF. I have another meeting with the airport management this next Friday to work out a couple more details. I appreciate everyone’s patience and looking forward to serving you! Guy Pegasus Aviation LLC... See MoreSee Less
August 17, 1927 - Kansas City Municipal Airport (MKC) DedicatedThe airport was originally called “Peninsula Field” when chosen by City officials in 1927 as the site of the new City airport. The airport was dedicated as “Kansas City Municipal Airport” by Charles Lindbergh on August 17, 1927. "Lucky Lindy" flew the Spirit of St. Louis in and was welcomed by an awaiting crowd and ankle-deep mud. Some say it took 7 tries because of wind and people lining the runway. Video exists!
Lindbergh praised Kansas City at the dedication, indicating that Kansas City had an opportunity to build one of the best airports in the country. Lindbergh’s comments were driven in part by the airport’s proximity to Kansas City’s business district. He was confident that the airport would help boost a growing Kansas City and contribute to the city’s successful businesses. Our airport has gone through many changes through the years but Lindbergh’s vision has remained true. The Downtown Airport continues to help build Kansas City businesses regionally, nationally, and internationally. ... See MoreSee Less
Kudos to these two for their work! I love a story about flying for a good cause. The folks down at Columbia Regional Airport in Missouri have done some really cool charitable fly-ins this year.A brand new episode of the podcast is out now. We talk with Cole and Brittany from the Columbia Regional Airport, MO about a pair of successful charitable fly-ins.
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I asked about life insurance a while back and didn’t get many responses. Several in another group joked about not having any options. I was referred to a broker who found us a great life insurance policy that covers pilots as well as lowered the cost of all my other insurance policies, which was just an added bonus. It was so easy, and he did all the work of getting new policies and getting refunded for what I already paid for my higher policies. He’s knowledge, great to work with and isn’t pushy at all. I’m sharing here to hopefully save someone else the headache of searching and because I had such a great experience. ... See MoreSee Less