Caribbean Flying Adventures.com for the
first time at EAA AirVenture is bringing together a group of Caribbean
Islands offering giveaways and other incentives to attract private
aviation. The Dominican Republic (Booth 3121) and the Cayman Islands and
Caribbean Flying Adventures (Booth 3089) are located together in the
newly configured Hangar C. Officials from Jamaica will also be visiting
Oshkosh for the first time to promote the new international airport
serving Ocho Rios.
Flights to the Bahamas, Cayman Islands,
and Jamaica are nearly equal distance. The Dominican Republic is only an
hour (at 130 knots) beyond the Bahamas. All are within easy range for
the average general-aviation aircraft. Pilots will encounter pristine
beaches, safe airports, friendly people, lush mountain landscapes, and
the wonderfully varied culture of the Caribbean Islands.
Reasons to visit “Caribbean Corner”
include raffles for free hotel stays, tourist information, souvenirs,
cigars, and the expertise of Caribbean Flying Adventures’ Jim Parker,
who can answer all aviation questions about flying to the Islands.
Visit the “Corner” to learn about
eApis, customs, fuel prices, airport security, fees, preferred routes,
etc. He will also be presenting “Flying the Caribbean – Everything
you need to know and do,” in the Forums Plaza on Thursday and