We are a company fully behind our motto of “teaching the World to fly”. It's our passion. This means that nothing can feel as gratifying as seeing the faces of those who we have shared this passion with. flying is an experience, an emotion, and often times a smile. Every time someone flies with us it's an adventure, here are their stories! Be sure to check in for weekly updates on who flew with us this week and some more interesting personal stories from them.
“We had such an amazing time hang gliding with kitty hawk kites. It was a present for our daughter's 10th birthday. Camden had such a blast that my 5 year old can't wait to try it and now wants us to take her hang gliding for her birthday next year. kitty hawk kites has quickly become our new birthday tradition! The instructors were awesome and amazing. Thanks again!”Shannon Hoover, Virginia beach, VA
“The Noyes family definitely brought their competitive juices with them from Virginia beach to Jockey's Ridge State Park as their enjoyed their beginner dune hang gliding lessons. “Hang gliding with Kitty Hawk Kites at Jockey's Ridge is such a freeing experience and we highly recommend it! Our kids got an extra kick out of it since we had a little distance competition. Even though my husband was a natural, my youngest left all of us in the dust.”Suzy Noyes, Virginia Beach, VA
Teresa Greene has watched people hang glide off of grandfather mountain. She has wanted to fly with us for over 30 years. To celebrate Valentine's Day on the OBX this year, that dream became reality.
“It was the best part of my vacation!”
We were pleased and privileged to have 67-year old Jerry Fletcher from Henderson, NC take a beginner dune hang gliding lesson with us during his OBX family beach gathering! While Jerry flew, his wife, Brenda, and three relatives (Raleigh Askew, Madelaine Parker, and Herbert Kenney) watched in awe. What we learned about Mr. Kenney (Brenda's father) left us in awe! A veteran of three wars, he fought in the South Pacific in WWII where he was shot in the shoulder as he stormed a beach, earning a Purple Heart for his service. He then went on to serve the United States in the Korean and Vietnam wars. Wow … what an honor to meet such a hero! You never know who you'll cross paths with at the Kitty Hawk Kites flight School at Jockey's Ridge State Park.
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