Officials at Aircraft Spruce understand how difficult it can be justifying buying a new headset when the one you already have still works. “We also know how much satisfaction pilots get from having the right equipment, which is why we started our Headset Buy-Back Program,” officials add.
As it gears up for the launch of the holiday shopping season, Aircraft Spruce has a wide selection — more than 80,000 different products, including portable GPS, pilot supplies, headsets, avionics, instruments, wheels, tires, oil, filters, books, DVDs, and aviation software.
Aircraft Spruce is launching its entirely redesigned website today, Nov. 6.
PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. — Aircraft Spruce and Peachtree City’s Atlanta Regional Airport-Falcon Field will host local Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) members who will provide school-age children with an opportunity to experience flight in a general aviation airplane at Atlanta Regional Airport-Falcon Field on Saturday, Nov 3, Noon-4 p.m.
The Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association (AOPA) has signed a new strategic partnership with Aircraft Spruce.
Aircraft Spruce West will host its annual Super Sale & Fly-In on Saturday, Oct. 6, at the company’s facility at California’s Corona Airport (AJO).
Aircraft Spruce & Specialty has become the first United States dealer for PAT Avionics’ new Heads Up Device (HUD), which was developed and is manufactured in Milan, Italy. HUD data is projected by laser onto a special glass mounted on a flexible frame, providing information on altitude, heading, and airspeed while providing course data on a transparent screen in front of the pilot. [Read more…]
Aircraft Spruce is now taking pre-orders for merchandise to be picked up at its booth at EAA AirVenture in Oskosh, July 23-29.
Aircraft Spruce & Specialty, a supplier to the general aviation and sport aviation markets, is now a distributor for SEM Aerospace products, including Color Coat, Sure-Coat, Classic Coat, and a full line of treatments for leather, plastics, and vinyls. SEM products can be used to get worn, tired-looking aircraft interiors looking new again, company officials said.