The skyline of the Outer Banks is subdued but always in motion. Shifting dunes and swaying grass, lighthouses erected and retreating from the surf, cottages built but claimed by the sea. In 1963 the Herbert C. Bonner Bridge dramatically transformed this ever changing skyline. When the bridge opened it allowed residents of and visitors to the Outer Banks to cross Oregon Inlet for the first time without the use of a ferry. Now the skyline has changed again.
As a Certified Flight Instructor on the Outer Banks of North Carolina I am pleased to say that when you fly with me you will be sure to have fun, be safe and learn to fly!