It's almost that time of the year again: Jingle Bells playing around every corner. If finding Christmas presents is hard, try finding (an affordable) one for a pilot!
If you're like me, you love receiving Christmas presents, but you love giving them even more. But one question returns each year: what should you give?
Well, we listed a few great aviation holidays presents options to give to those special aviation lovers in your life.
If you're looking for a small, inexpensive gift, check out these gift ideas that are under $50. What about a nice aviation-themed leather wallet or socks, a good book or some really cool luggage tags?
If it may be a little bit more expensive, there are some great options for gifts between $50 and $100!
If you have a budget between $100 and $200, we believe you can find the best gifts, without breaking the bank.
A budget of $200 allows for a wide choice of flight bags, handheld radios, courses, cameras, quality airplane models and more.
It might not happen very often, but sometimes you want to find that one special gift, and that may cost a little more. What does a budget of $200 to $500 give you? The newest GoPro cameras, flight simulator hardware, quality flight bags, pilot jackets, and lots more.
Here are a few of the options:
Or how about a gift that could actually save their life one day? The Garmin inReach Handheld GPS and Satellite Communicators are on sale this month!
For that one special pilot in your life, it can be a little more extraordinary. What about a quality watch, a high-end aviation headset or perhaps a drone? It's up to you!
We sincerely hope this guide has provided you with the value you were looking for. If you're not quite sure yet, we have written quite a few guides that cover topics such as the best flight bags, flight simulator gear, the best watches, and lots more. Freel free to browse through them as well, they might give you some extra inspiration! You can find them all here.
Of course, these are just a few ideas to give you inspiration. It's not at all about the cost of a gift, what matters is the gesture.
Have any questions, suggestions or remarks about this guide? Let us know!
Last updated on January 21, 2020 by Senne Vandenputte