Flying Across America

Promoting General Aviation

One month, one day and uncertainty

In one month and one day, Vincent will fly across the Atlantic ocean to meet Jason and finally start the flight across America to promote General Aviation. This seems very close now and it’s exciting, but there is still a lot of uncertainty in this project.

The biggest uncertainty factor so far is the funding. It is not ensured yet and we’re working hard to find more patrons and sponsors. We also prepare some surprises like giveaways that will take place during or shortly after the flight. We do all what we can to keep the flight route as planned. Approximately 50% of the money available at this time is our own, the rest coming from patrons and sponsors. Please help us and buy miles now using the yellow buttons on the right hand side of this page.

If you have an aviation product that you want to promote, please contact us. We’re looking for sponsors and possible giveaways.

The organization of the logistics at our stops is progressing as well. We found great fans at many of the stops that are really helpful. Having them is not only a great support but also a serious motivation to make this project a success. At this moment, we miss local supporters at Sweetwater (25th to 27th of June), Roswell (8th to 9th of July) and Pensacola (13th to 14th of July). If you are in the area and can help us with finding cheap accommodation and media contacts, this would be great.

Despite all this uncertain factors, we remain optimistic and don’t want to modify (read shorten) the plan at this point is time. Aviation is a vector of solidarity and we already experienced it many times so far, and we believe that it will continue and make this project a success. We count on you!

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