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Heated Hangar Space

Tis the season for icing conditions, in the air and on the ground.

To help keep your aircraft free of ice, Fly High Lexington is offering a heated 12,000 square foot Community Hangar while you are at the Davidson County Airport.

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As always, we offer complimentary overnight hangaring with fuel purchase (upon available space).

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Fuel Cards

For the convenience of our flying customers, Fly High Lexington accepts all major credit cards and fuel card programs.  These include:

avcard Alliance

Fuel Card Programs

Air Card

Alliance Card

Arrow Energy

Colt International

Multi Service Card

Shell Aviation Card

Shell Contract Fuel Card

US Government AIR Card

Credit Cards

American Express



Discover Card

Master Card

Visa Card

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Barbecue Festival & Fly In

Mark your calendars for the 30th Anniversary of the Lexington Barbecue Festival, October 26, 2013!

Saturday: 8:30 am – 6:00 pm in Uptown Lexington

  • Discounted fuel pricing

  • Free shuttle to festival (with fuel purchase)

  • 1st 5 pilots to sign our guestbook receive their choice of a Fly High Lexington Cap or When Pigs Fly T-shirt

  • Music, entertainment, vendors, crafts, food, and more!

For more information visit: Fly In 2013

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Ty Dillon Wins in Kentucky!

Congratulations to Ty Dillon, grandson of KEXX tenant Richard Childress, on his win in Kentucky! From:
NASCAR Truck News
Ty Dillon Wins Kentucky Truck Race; Results
Written by Zach Lentz
Friday, 28 June 2013 07:19
Ty Dillon celebrates after winning Thursday night at Kentucky Speedway. Photo by Sean Gardner/NASCAR via Getty Images
Ty Dillon passed Kyle Busch with 26 laps remaining then led Brad Keselowski by more than five seconds at the finish line to win Thursday night’s NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Kentucky Speedway. It is Dillon’s first win of the season at a track where older brother Austin swept both Nationwide races last season. “To beat Kyle Busch and Brad Keselowski is pretty special,” Ty Dillon said. Busch led for 42 laps and looked to be the man to beat until his Toyota became loose after making adjustments during his last pit stop. “I was loose before the two tire stop, then we came in and tried to tighten it up and make it better, but still loose,” Kyle Busch said. “When we tested here, it was like clockwork at 9:15, the track goes loose.  I don’t know.  I can’t believe we messed up like that. “ James Buescher finished fourth and pole sitter Ryan Blaney fifth. Dillon moves to third in the 2013 Truck Series point standings behind Matt Crafton and Jeb Burton with the next race scheduled for July 13th at Iowa Speedway.

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Hospice of Davidson County Golf Tournament

Golf Tournament at Sapona Ridge Country Club

Golf Tournament at Sapona Ridge Country Club

April 25, 2013

6th Annual Golf Tournament benefiting Hospice of Davidson County

Thursday, April 25 at Sapona Ridge Country Club in Lexington, NC

Registration begins at 11:00 a.m. for 2:00 p.m. tee time.  Includes lunch.

8:00 a.m. tee time may be available if afternoon tee time fills up.

$75 per person entry fee includes lunch, green fees, cart, snacks and beverages.

Call (336) 475-5444 to register or for more information.


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Uptown Lexington To Offer Free WiFi

Please join us for Uptown Lexington Outdoor Public CityWiFi Cable Cutting Ceremony to be held at the Davidson County Historical Museum Old Courthouse on Thursday, January 10, 2013 at 1:30 p.m. This event recognizes the installation of free outdoor public CityWiFi in more than twelve blocks in the Uptown Lexington central business tax district. The coverage area spans from 3rdStreet on North Main Street to 3rdAvenue on South Main Street; reaches east running along Salisbury Street to include coverage of the Lexington Farmer’s Market; and reaches west running along State Street with a slightly broader reach on West Center Street. Citizens and visitors can now stroll the streets of Uptown Lexington and “surf” mobile devices for online information and social media chatting allowing them to shop, visit, or meet in Uptown Lexington and try out their ipads, tablets, or smart phones on CityWiFi.

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Brinkley inducted into Davidson County Hall of Fame

Fly High Lexington tenant, and local racing legend, Ralph Brinkley was inducted into the Davidson Co. Hall of Fame! From The Dispatch:
Winning at Bowman-Gray Stadium requires a steady presence, and drivers can’t let their emotions get the best of them.
Ralph Brinkley was overcome with emotion Saturday night. Brinkley, one of the famed NASCAR track’s most accomplished drivers, fought back tears from start to finish Saturday as he was inducted into the Davidson County Sports Hall of Fame. He headlined a class that included North Davidson softball coach Mike Lambros, former Thomasville football standout Bruce Mills, former Pilot High School basketball phenom Peggy Sink Black, former West Davidson basketball star Mandy Causey McKinney, and the posthumous induction of Lexington basketball great Carlos Terry. For more than three decades, Brinkley was a fixture on the track in the featured modified division at Bowman-Gray. He picked up 64 career wins, a record that held until Tim Brown broke it this season. He still holds numerous records, and was voted the stadium’s most popular driver 11 times. Saturday night, Brinkley accepted the award, but made one thing very clear. “I didn’t win those races, we won all those races,” he said, pointing at members of his pit crew and family in attendance. “Our wives put up with us working late at night.” He actually overcame long odds just to get behind the wheel of a race car. “I lost an eye when I was nine,” he said. “Who would believe you could get in a sports Hall of Fame with one eye?”    Brinkley used his skills around an engine to escape working in hay and tobacco fields, and it turned into a passion. He said he began racing bicycles as a young child, and relished the opportunity to race at the track.

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