5th Annual BBQ Capital City Cook-Off and Fly-In – Lexington, NC – April 24-25, 2015
A Kansas City Barbecue Society Sanctioned Event featuring more than 70 competition teams, live music, plenty of barbecue and beverages.
Fly High Lexington at the Davidson County Airport (KEXX) is hosting a fly-in on Saturday, April 25, 2014 beginning at 9am.
So fly down to Lexington for some great BBQ and great competition!
Fly-in Features: Discounted fuel pricing Free transportation to the cook-off (with fuel purchase) First 5 to fly-in will receive 1 free “Fly High Lexington” T-shirt OR hat
Better yet, fly in the night before and see the teams prepare for the competition, Friday will feature live music, food and beverages starting at 6pm. Special rates at local hotels are available through Fly High Lexington. Visit www.FlyHighLexington.com for more information.
32nd Annual Barbecue Festival and Fly-In – Lexington, NC – October 24, 2015
Fly High Lexington at the Davidson County Airport (KEXX) is hosting a fly-in on Saturday, October 24, 2015 beginning at 9am.
So fly down to Lexington for some great BBQ!
Fly-in Features: Discounted fuel pricing Free transportation to the festival (with fuel purchase) First 5 to fly-in will receive 1 free “Fly High Lexington” T-shirt OR hat
Better yet, fly in the night before! Special rates at local hotels are available through Fly High Lexington. Visit www.FlyHighLexington.com for more information.
Congratulations to Jean Porada, winner of the Fly High Lexington prize at the NBAA Schedulers and Dispatchers Conference in New Orleans!
Fly High Lexington is offering $0.20 off retail discount for pilots flying to and from Sun ‘n Fun! Just mention “Sun ‘n Fun” to take advantage of this offer! Located between Charlotte and Greensboro in central North Carolina, Fly High Lexington at the Davidson County Airport is a convenient fuel stop for pilots flying to Sun ‘n Fun from New England and the Eastern Seaboard states!
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.
For the convenience of our flying customers, Fly High Lexington accepts all major credit cards and fuel card programs. These include:
Fuel Card Programs
Multi Service Card
Shell Aviation Card
Shell Contract Fuel Card
US Government AIR Card
Jesse Fletcher takes flying lesson at Davidson County Airport from our flight instructor Tom Winnett. Thank you for your service Jesse! From WFMY News 2 – “Greensboro, NC — Marine Corporal Jesse Fletcher always wanted to learn how to fly. Fletcher wasn’t sure if he would ever get the chance, after losing both legs while serving in Iraq when he stepped on an IED. Some of his friends wanted to make sure that Fletcher got his chance to learn how to soar. His friends bought him a flying lesson and Fletcher’s love of flying took off from there. “Just because you’re an injured person, doesn’t have to mean that you can’t go out and try something. You’re only limited to what your brain will let you do,” says Fletcher.” WFMY News 2 Written by Kelly Heffernan-Tabor http://www.digtriad.com/news/local/article/234520/327/Wounded-Warrior-Learns-How-To-Fly
Fly High Lexington, a new FBO operator at Davidson County Airport (EXX) in Lexington, N.C., now features guaranteed fuel pricing on Fltplan.com, a discount for Sun ‘n Fun pilots, and a free shuttle to Lexington Style Barbecue. Pilot traveling to and from Lakeland, Fla., for the 37th Annual Sun n’ Fun will receive a discount of 10 cents a gallon on fuel purchases, according to FBO officials. Click here to read entire article at generalaviationnews.com
The new managers of the Davidson County Airport are investing thousands of dollars in a marketing plan aimed at transforming the quiet rural facility into an international arrival destination for a variety of aircraft. Plans by Fly High Lexington — a private company contracted by the county to run the airport — are part of a larger blueprint to improve the facility and address a decline in activity experienced during the recession. The 75-acre airport is located on I-85 just south of Lexington and primarily caters to general aviation customers. Fly High will spend between $10,000 and $15,000 each year …