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Wed, May 21, 2003

Aircraft Document Portfolio Available From Sportys

Every aircraft owner has a responsibility to be organized with regard to an aircraft’s paperwork – whether for legal, tax or possible resale purposes. Sporty’s Aircraft Document Portfolio is a perfect way to stay organized. It contains plenty of room for the Pilot's Operating Handbook, aircraft maintenance logs, receipts, FAA Form 337s, avionics manuals and more. This large portfolio includes screened white space to write the aircraft make, model, N-number and owner’s (or FBO’s) name for easy identification.

Sized to fit perfectly in legal sized file cabinets, the Aircraft Document Portfolio is made of vinyl and measures 10"l x 16"w.

Each Aircraft Document Portfolio [#8129A] is available for $9.95 and three or more are available for $8.95 each. A Sharpie Pen [#4015A] to use with the portfolio is available for $1.50. With corporate activities in every segment of light aircraft from training to maintenance to Cessna new aircraft sales along with hangar space for more than 100 aircraft, Sporty's has evolved from the "World's Largest Pilot Shop" to "More Than A Pilot Shop."

FMI: www.sportys.com

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