We hang around with pilots a lot... we know they all have a favorite flying story.
We're pretty sure you have a favorite too if you're visiting this website.
We have an easy to use submission form - click here to get straight to the form.
Now all we have to tell you is... don't be shy.
Please share it...
Some stories might be about a great plane you've flown or gotten a ride in.
Some stories might be about things you've seen at... at airshows or just at an airport.
Some are like fish stories.... the experience gets more exciting and scary as it gets retold over and over.
Of course, we won't have your sound effects here or see you "flying" with your hands, but the story will still be great to hear.
Tell us about your cross country... our current favorite is the Cub to Oshkosh story. Did you like that? Tell us yours.
Or tell us about your scary landing or that rare antique airplane you got a ride in.
Have you been flying in a foreign country? What was THAT like?
Did you get to try aerobatics? Fly in a jet?
Heck, tell us about a great place to fly for lunch.
We all love hearing those flying stories... some of them will even help us find new places to see vintage airplanes, so please... take a few minutes and tell us your flying story.
We promise... we'll believe you!
Now wasn't that simple? We all thank you!
Find 'em, See 'em, Fly,'em! And have a great flight!
Judy and Mark
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