Fourteen AirCam owners and friends enjoyed a weekend of beautiful weather on Jekyll Island for this spring’s AirCam Adventure from May 14-17, 2015. Everyone gathered at the Jekyll Island Club, and the group enjoyed touring the area by air and seeing the local sites.
The group gathered for dinner each evening as well as for a great barbecue lunch on Saturday at a restaurant near the airport. On Thursday evening, they dined at the Crane Cottage, on Friday at the Grand, and on Saturday at the Latitudes on the pier.
The crowds at the Sun ’n Fun International Fly-In and Expo in April may have been down slightly from previous years, but that didn’t diminish the interest in the AirCam. Before the show, the weather forecast looked a bit rainy, but the weathermen got it wrong - the weather was great, and interest in the AirCam was higher then ever.
Visitors from Alaska and other cold regions were excited to see the new full enclosure. Orders are already coming in since the show—some from people who first saw the AirCam at Sun ’n Fun this year, as well as from others who received a demo earlier this year or in previous years.
It was great to see all of our customers who stopped by to visit! And, we’ll look forward to seeing you in Oshkosh, July 20-16, 2015.
The Marathon Airport (MTH) was a stopping off point for the first-ever AirCam adventure flight in March 1999 when two AirCams and a Drifter flew from Sebring to Key West, Florida. The trio of airplanes dropped in to MTH to refuel and enjoy some conch chowder before flying on to the Keys. This past fall, Marathon Key was the final destination for an AirCam adventure.
While the rest of the United States suffered with miserable weather as storm systems crisscrossed the country, 20 Air Cam owners and enthusiasts enjoyed a weekend of beautiful weather on Marathon Key on November 14-16, 2014.