Flying is Serious; Pilots Don’t Always Have to Be

Humorous signs lighten the mood

These signs are pilot-style interior decorating.

These signs are pilot-style interior decorating.ous signs lighten the mood

Sporty’s Humorous Signs show the light-hearted side of aviation. Patterned after vintage signs from the 1920s and 1930s, these three signs have a weathered, old-style look.

  • “Four Forces of Flight” aren’t what you are taught in ground school. Rather, the sign illustrates the Four Forces as money, dreams, the FAA and reality.
  • “Airspeed and Money” are the topics of a sign which helpfully explains, “It only takes two things to fly.”
  • “FAA Mission” is not a lofty bureaucratic discourse. This sign states the FAA Mission as “We’re not happy until you’re not happy.”

These Humorous Signs measure 24” by 12” and come with four holes for mounting. Ideal for hangar or office, these signs are sure to put a smile on the face of your guests and visitors.

“We all take our flying seriously,” says Sporty’s Vice President John Zimmerman. “But we like to have fun too. The humor in these signs will be appreciated by every pilot.”

Four Forces of Flight [2367A]; Airspeed and Money [2565A]; and FAA Mission [2390A] are available for $19.95 each and may be ordered at or by calling 1-800-SPORTYS.


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