When you donate to the Able Flight Scholarship Fund...you become more than a donor...you become a partner in its mission.
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WHO DO YOU HELP WHEN YOU DONATE TO ABLE FLIGHT?
People like Jessica Cox. Born without arms, Jessica is now a licensed pilot with the support of Able Flight.
Donate today to help inspiring people like Jessica become a pilot!
Able Flight thanks Aircraft Spruce for their generous support that provides training for our pilots.
L-R Kevin Crombie, Paul Lampasso, Eric Ingram, Jermaine Strachan, Charles Stites
ABLE FLIGHT PILOTS GET THEIR WINGS AT AIRVENTURE!
Kevin Crombie, Eric Ingram and Jermaine Strachan were awarded their Able Flight Wings on July 26th in a ceremony at EAA AirVenture. Joining them to be honored were Paul Lampasso, Able Flight's first recipient of a Career Training Scholarship and Aaron Michaels, Able Flight's 2011 Flight Instructor of the Year.
Blue skies and an appreciative crowd welcomed the new pilots to Oshkosh as friends and Able Flight supporters recognized the achievements of the scholarship recipients.
Attending the ceremony at AirVenture were Jim Irwin and Desiree Czaplinski of Aircraft Spruce, Bob Stangarone of Cessna, Gary Rankin of the American Navion Society, Tom Evernham of TBMOPA Foundation, Mike Barker of AirChart Systems, and David Dunlap, Tim Mell and Chris Throndsen of Sennheiser.
At the ceremony Irwin presented his company's annual donation to support the scholarship fund, while Barker presented each new pilot with a one year subscription to his company's bound VFR Charts, and Dunlap awarded each new pilot a Sennheiser headset.
FLYING HIGH COFFEE DONATES TO ABLE FLIGHT
Rob Riggen, President of Flying High Coffee presented his first donation in support of Able Flight's scholarship fund during a media event at EAA AirVenture. Flying High Coffee has designated 30% of its profits to aviation charities including Able Flight.
Rob Riggen of Flying High Coffee & Charles Stites of Able Flight at EAA AirVenture 2011