Growing company builds on success from general aviation bags
One of the hottest new brands in aviation, Flight Outfitters, is launching a third flight bag – this time designed specifically for professional pilots. The Flight Level bag and the optional Pro Pack accessory are the new solution for today’s pro who is flying with tablets instead of large chart binders.
“We’ve been working on this design for nearly a year, in close consultation with airline and corporate pilots who told us it was time for a new approach to the black flight case,” said Flight Outfitters President Mark Glassmeyer. “We always planned to address the professional pilot market the Flight Outfitters way, and we’re thrilled to do just that with the Flight Level. This is definitely not your father’s chart case.”
The Flight Level bag is specifically designed to be all black, without any markings that uniform policies may not approve of. It features a rugged molded bottom and a steel-reinforced carrying handle to withstand years of abuse. Patent-pending hideaway pockets give pilots the flexibility and room they need to organize everything to suit every flight.
The inside of the Flight Level has the signature Flight Outfitters orange, making it easy to find gear in a dark cockpit. There are 3 interior zip pockets for organizing cables, chargers and other smaller items that tend to find their way to the bottom of other bags. The Flight Level also features expanding file folders, tablet storage and a pass through pocket on the back to slide over rolling luggage handles.
The Pro Pack is an optional insulated bag that is designed to fit inside one of the hideaway pockets of the Flight Level bag. This handy pack provides extra protection for delicate items or can be used as an insulated compartment to store food out of the way of flying gear.
The Flight Level bag (retail price $129.95) and the Pro Pack accessory (retail price $12.95) are available now, and can be found at leading aviation retailers. These new products join the Lift and Thrust bags, two existing designs for general aviation pilots.
For more information please visit us at www.flightoutfitters.com.