Key West Seaplanes® wins top honors...
Key West, Florida (PRWEB) August 08, 2015
In an article titled "Key West Seaplanes® wins Top Honors at Sun 'N' Fun Fly-In" The Key West Citizen newspaper announces the premier seaplane company's latest accomplishment. Key West Seaplanes® now boasts a fully award-winning fleet with each aircraft having won awards. The article appears in the July 26, 2015 edition of The Key West Citizen.
Key West Seaplanes®, the region's long-established luxury seaplane charter company, won more coveted awards recently at the 2015 Sun 'N' Fun Fly-In and Expo in Lakeland, Florida. Two more of the company's fleet were named "Outstanding In Type" and "Reserve Grand Champion Seaplane", thus joining the other award-winning seaplanes in the company's amazing fleet.
The seaplane charter company now boasts a fully award-winning fleet with each aircraft having won awards that are generally presented for aircraft owned and operated for personal. luxury use. Key West Seaplanes® offers these award-winning aircraft to passengers who use their private charter seaplane service to Little Palm Island, The Moorings Village and Spa, Key West, The Bahamas and the entire state of Florida.
Key West Seaplanes® has been featured in countless other publications including FLYING Magazine for it's exclusive it's exclusive seaplane service to Little Palm Island. Other publications featuring Key West Seaplanes® services also include Florida Travel and Life numerous times, Departures Magazine, and Water Flying Magazine.
"We are very committed to providing the best service for those that fly with us", said Julie Ann Floyd of Key West Seaplanes®. "A huge part of that commitment lies in our outstanding fleet. It's nice to have the judges at the Sun 'N' Fun event recognize the impeccable quality of the Key West Seaplanes® fleet".
Key West Seaplanes® also offers a variety of local aerial sightseeing flights of Key West that feature the island of Key West, the reef and Sand Key Lighthouse as well as flights that takes passengers flying over the world-famous Seven Mile Bridge.