What is National Aviation Day? Each year on August 19 in the United States we celebrate National Aviation Day to observe the history and development of aviation. The holiday was established in 1939 by Franklin Delano Roosevelt who issued a presidential proclamation which designated Orville Wright’s birthday to be National Aviation Day. The proclamation is to encourage and remember the day with activities that promote interest in aviation.
As travel is very popular among seniors, we can appreciate how the aviation industry has come a long way to make travel cheaper and more accessible for active retirees. Aviation has made travel a truly personal experience. One destination can hold countless meanings and memories. Another destination might conjure up new delicious smells, foods, and new dimensions, new cultural interpretation. No two people will have the same personal experience at the same destination. Therefore, air travel has made our bucket’s lists shorter whether it is ziplining in Alaska, exploring vineyards in France, or getting chased by bulls in Pamplona, Spain.
To complete your travel plans, don’t forget to pack your underwear. They wash and dry fast while you are on the GO. They will save you from discomfort and embarrassment that you might experience during your long air travel, even if you have light to medium incontinence. Enjoy the flight, enjoy your travel!
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