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Flyboy Accessories
Products for pilots and homebuilders

Contacting Flyboy Accessories:

Flyboy Accessories may be contacted via email at flyboyaccessories@gmail.com or by phone at 1-888-FLYBOY (1-888-835-9269)

Our shipping address is:
Flyboy Accessories
3963 Caborn Road North
Mount Vernon, IN 47620

Our company history:

Flyboy Accessories has a long history that can be traced back to a young man, Dave Frazier, going for his first airplane ride in a Ford Tri-motor in the 1950's. That young man fell in love with aviation, grew up to become a pilot, and passed on his love of flying to his son and grandsons. In 2007, Vince Frazier, by that time an experienced homebuilder and experimental pilot, began producing an improved tailwheel fork for Rockets, RVs, and similar aircraft. That one product quickly grew into a wide variety of aviation products and pilot accessories that became Flyboy Accessories.

Flyboy is founded on the drive to find the best products available and put them in the hands of pilots everywhere. We strive to do so with honest, competitive prices, fast and friendly customer service, and a shared love of aviation.

Our team

Blake Frazier

Blake may be reached at blake@flyboyaccessories.com Blake is the office manager of Flyboy Accessories, and in charge of the everyday operations. He spends most of his time packing up orders, working on the website, and dreaming up what's next. He's a third-generation aviator hoping to soon begin flying lessons.

Vince Frazier

Vince may be reached directly at vincefrazier@gmail.com or at 1-812-464-1839. Vince handles much of the production and answers most of the technical questions. Vince spends most of his time machining parts, tinkering with all sorts of aircraft items, and cursing at his computer. Vince holds the undisputed title of being the world's greatest father and actually has two sons, but Blake is the only one that amounted to anything. His other son, Brent, graduated from Purdue and is now a chemical engineer, and is currently taking flying lessons.