August 19th is National Aviation Day, which means it's time to remind everyone how important this day really is! It's a day that celebrates the fact that we can fly high above the clouds. Additionally, it honors Orville Wright, the man who invented the airplane. This development has changed and enhanced our lives in so many ways. With that said, wish your friends, family members, and coworkers a Happy Aviation Day!
Today we are still celebrating the great pioneers of aviation. Let's joint hands and cheer for the industry! Spread the world with this ecard.
Today we express our gratitude to the pilots and everyone in the aviation industry who has worked hard in keeping our skies and nation safe. Salute to them today and ask your friends to join in too.
Do you know someone who is thankful for the creation of aviation? If so, this National Aviation Day card would be perfect for sending their way. It showcases a fabulous watercolor painting of an airplane high above the clouds. It's a beautiful scene that the person you are thinking of today would love to see. Be sure to get this Aviation Day card over to them today!
Since 1939, Americans have celebrated aviation and the beginning of flight on Oroville Wright's birthday, August 19. As this date draws near, use this occasion to celebrate the start and evolution of flight with this Aviation Day card! Honor the ingenuity, sacrifices, and hard work that made air and space travel possible for us today by sending this Aviation Day card to your loved ones!
Over 100 years ago, the Wright brothers took a chance and created an invention that would change the world and history. As we celebrate the anniversary of the development of aviation, send this Aviation Day card to everyone you know! Use this special day to honor the hard work and dreams that gave flight to humanity and to celebrate the people who continue to work in aviation today!
When you fly, you will view the world differently. Thanks to the aviation industry, you can also get to appreciate the beauty of the world. Appreciate them, send them this ecard.
National Aviation Day represents the wonderful development of aviation brought about by Orville Wright. His brilliant invention is an inspiration to all, and is what enables us to travel around the world, visit friends and family, and more. In honor of this special day, wish someone a Happy National Aviation Day. They will be so glad you did!
Today we celebrate the dream of flight coming true. For centuries, humans have been fascinated by flight. We dreamt of it and our inventors made in a reality. Share the happiness, send this ecard away.
National Aviation Day is celebrated by many people – young and old. It's that important of a day! After all, it's the day that represents such a huge accomplishment in history, and honors the man who made aviation a reality, Orville Wright. This Aviation Day card was designed to put a smile on the face of anyone it's sent to. So, send a little fun over to all those people in your life that you would like to wish a Happy Aviation Day!
In 1939, Franklin D. Roosevelt declared August 19 as a day to commemorate the development of aviation. This year, we celebrate the 78th anniversary of flight and discovery. To mark this revolutionary development, send this Aviation Day card to your friends and family! The sweet picture reminds us of the importance of flight and the dreams of two young boys that made it happen.
How many times have you flown above the clouds? Have you ever stopped to think about the history of aviation? On August 19, celebrate the beginning of flight with this Aviation Day card! Remember the people who have come before you to make your travel possible and the brothers who started it all. Send this Aviation Day card to celebrate air and space travel today!
Throughout the world, millions of people fly from place to place every single day. Though common in today's world, flight was nearly impossible just 100 years ago. To celebrate this incredible achievement, send this Aviation Day card to everyone you know on August 19! Learn about the Wright brothers and their incredible achievements. Make this special date a day to remember just how far we've come.