Airplane checks are fun for aviation enthusiasts and historians. Unlike impersonal, blue checks that you get from your bank, these personal checks tell a story of both man and machine. That relationship between man and machine was critical in shaping our our nation’s past and is a vital part of its future.
If you enjoy airplanes, either military or civilian, then you should consider purchasing airplane checks next time you order checks. There is a huge selection of designs and images available. Each tells it own story through vivid pictures.
Many of the available designs pay homage to military aircraft, including the B-52 and today’s stealth B-2 bomber. There is also a great selection of fighters available. Whether its a biplane (the original fighter aircraft), a P-51 Mustang, a thundering F-16, or a high-tech stealth fighter, any aviation fan can find just the right pictures to satisfy their passion. As a bonus, your purchase of some checks also goes to benefit the Air Force Association to support its mission to support military personnel and to educate the public on the need for a strong defense.
If you do not like the military side of aviation, there are series featuring civilian aircraft. If you enjoy the OshKosh Airshow, then you are sure to be delighted with the possibilities. Choose from checks that feature historical aircraft like the Spirit of St. Louis. This legendary, custom built aircraft was workhorse behind Charles Lindbergh’s solo TransAtlantic flight in 1925. If experimental aircraft are more you passion, you can find planes including the Rutan Voyager Model 76 Voyager, the airplane that flew around the world without stopping or refueling. There is also a great selection of aircraft featuring kit planes, including the Lancair 320.
In addition to offering remarkable images of these legendary aircraft, when you order your checks online through this site you get the added benefit of ordering checks directly from the check printing company. This means you get your checks faster and for less than your bank probably charges.