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Friday, February 20, 2015

Matt Gabbard, CFII, our in-house ferry pilot shares his flying experience to PMH.

From display and classified ads to online listings, website updates and e-marketing, Matt gets each plane the attention it needs to sell. Matt also takes and edits photographs and videos of aircraft for sale. Matt uses his skills as a CFII to ferry aircraft, provide occasional customer training and to train AirMart employees who are working toward their private pilot's licenses.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Matt Gabbard, CFII, our in-house ferry pilot shares his flying experience to Canada.  

Friday, January 9, 2015

Monday, December 15, 2014

This year AirMart is doing something a little different to give back for the holidays, and you are invited to join us! We will be holding our first Ugly Sweater Contest- you will pick two photos; a staff member and a follower to be crowned the winners. Pictures will be posted this Thursday, 12/18. The photo from the staff and followers categories with the most likes by midnight on Sunday will have a donation made in their honor to the Salvation Army of Central Kentucky.  Learn more about the Salvation Army in today's blog post.

Friday, December 5, 2014

Have you had a chance to look at the  2003 Cirrus SR22 recently added to AirMart's inventory?  You may have noticed this aircraft comes equipped with the Avidyne R9 Integrated Flight Deck System.  R9 com

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Last weekend (Oct 11-12), Sales Manager, Jeff Ray made it to the Red Bull Air Race in Las Vegas.  He brought home a few insights and some great pictures.
 

His first impression of the event was that it was "super hot."  The clear sunny skies and 91 degrees weather left him wishing he had packed extra sunscreen.  Despite the heat, he said  the event was  "A lot of fun to see!!"

Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Everyone knows Kentucky for basketball and horses, but did you know that Kentucky’s Bourbon County is where bourbon whiskey was first distilled?  When farmers shipped their whiskey in oak barrels down the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers to New Orleans, the long trip aged the whiskey and the oak wood gave it a mellow flavor and amber color.  This distinct whiskey earned the name “bourbon” because the barrels were stamped “From Bourbon County.”  Since then, generations of Kentuckians have continued the heritage and time-honored tradition of making fine Bourbon.

Tuesday, August 19, 2014

Last week, AirMart had the honor of being one of the sponsors of the Aviation Museum of Kentucky’s Aviation Education Expo.  The Expo was held at Lexington’s Blue Grass Airport; the first event of this kind held here since 1994.  Read on to learn more about the Expo and some of the inspirational people AirMart met last weekend!

Friday, August 1, 2014

   Education Matters!

Introducing young people to the wonder of flight is what the EAA Young Eagles is all about.Learn more about this empowering program and find out how you can be involved as we visit with Gordon Davis, President of  Young Eagles Chapter 1522 in Cynthiana, Kentucky.

"The journey of 1,000 miles begins with one step." Lao Tzu

 

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