The Flying Cowboys
What's A Flying Cowboy?
Let's start with the technical definition: A Flying Cowboy is an aviator that has demonstrated a high level of skill and competency in flying. A Flying Cowboy is a pilot that's an aviation advocate and serves the local community while being mindful of the environment.
Get a group of Flying Cowboys together and you got yourself an aerial rodeo and a hell of a good time.Learn more
How to Join
To become a Flying Cowboy an aviator must complete flight time and tailwheel flight time requirements. Complete formation flying, upset recovery, and basic acrobatics training.
In addition, any interested pilot must have a positive attitude, enjoy participating, and pay a membership fee.Become A Flying Cowboy
Flying Cowboy Founders
Get to know the group that started it all, meet the original ten Flying Cowboys. Learn how and why they became pilots, what their favorite airplanes are, and why the Flying Cowboys group was formed.Learn more
Meet Trent Palmer
Trent pilots FreedomFox a KitFox airplane. He is a UAV pilot and works in the film industry. His passion for flying started at a young age and was expressed through his involvement in radio controlled aircraft in his...Read more
Meet Steve Henry
Steve Henry owner and operator of Wild West Aircraft. How Steve Henry got into flying Steve had been interested in airplanes for as long as he could remember. However, he didn’t have much opportunity to fly...Read more
Meet Kevin Quinn
Kevin Quinn, a flying freak. Seriously, flying is all Kevin thinks about. SAFETY while flying, being his highest priority. His life consists of flying airplanes, running his company Points North Heli-Adventures and spending time at the ocean....Read more
Meet Wally Brown
Wally was born in Daytona Beach FL. He started flying in 2009. Wally has two sons and has been a private security contractor since 2005. He is a triathlete and gun enthusiast. Wally flies General...Read more
Meet Jason Sneed
Jason Sneed was mesmerized by airplanes before he could talk, his earliest memories are watching the Blue Angles fly F-4’s at airshows with cotton stuck in his ears. Jason the Sailor Jason raced high-speed multi-hull...Read more