Signature Flight Support Raises Over $3,000 for Wounded Warrior Project
November 13, 2013
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  • KISSIMMEE, Fla. (November 13, 2013) — The Kissimmee Gateway Airport would like to congratulate its airport business, Signature Flight Support, for its success in raising over $3,100 for the Wounded Warrior Project over Veterans Day weekend.  Signature’s Fly-In pancake breakfast and silent auction, held on Saturday November 9th,  attracted pilots from throughout Central Florida as well as members of the local community who “drove in” for the special event.

    The Fly-In featured vintage military vehicles displayed by the Osceola Veterans Museum, a WW II P-51 Mustang fighter airplane displayed by Stallion 51 Corporation, classic cars displayed by the Muscle Car Network and a late model Cessna aircraft displayed by Sunstate Aviation.  The Osceola Cadet Squadron of the Civil Air Patrol also had an exhibit and posted the colors to open the event.  Corporate sponsor Fun Spot contributed an outstanding donation which added to the days success.  For more information about Signature Flight Support at the Kissimmee Gateway Airport, please visit www.SignatureFlight.com.

    About Kissimmee Gateway Airport

    Kissimmee Gateway Airport, located just eight miles east of Walt Disney World and 10 miles from the Orange County Convention Center, accommodates general aviation air service 24-hours a day with two paved runways, 5,000 and 6,000 feet each. The airport also offers full-service FBO’s, flight training, aircraft storage, aircraft restoration, P-51 Mustang pilot training, T-6 Warbird adventure flights and an industrial park.  Its air traffic control tower operates from 7 a.m. until 10 p.m. Built in 1942, Kissimmee Gateway Airport is owned and operated by the City of Kissimmee.  For more information visit www.kissimmeeairport.com.

    About Signature Flight Support…

    Signature is the largest fixed base operation FBO and distribution network for business aviation services. Signature Kissimmee is conveniently located near Walt Disney World and the Orange County Convention Center.  Their 7,000 square foot airside canopy easily accommodates aircraft as large as a Boeing Business Jet and shields passengers and crew from the heat and weather.