Valentine’s Day Gift Ideas for Your Pilot
We all know how difficult pilots can be to buy for. Here are some gift ideas to help you make his Valentine's Day special, whether he's at home or away.
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Customisable Organisation Station
Does your pilot have wings, watches and phones scattered all over your dresser? This gorgeous wooden organisation station can be customised with a name, initials or images to make a perfect pilot gift.
Customisable Valentine's Boarding Pass Pillow
Airport Tag have released a special pillow, especially for Valentine's Day. You can customise names, dates and even destinations.
Why not get creative with the destinations - from where you met to FOR-ever?
Use the code SKY-FAMILIES for a 10% discount.
Personalised Portrait or Bag Tag
Chrissy from What When Who Where Why creates beautiful, unique artworks. You could order a family portrait, or just one of you with your pilot.
She also creates luggage tags if you're looking for something a little smaller.
Chrissy is currently offering $10 off all orders in January.
Order from her Facebook page What When Who Where Why.
Another idea if your pilot isn't home on Valentine's Day is to arrange to have a gift basket or their favourite food delivered to their hotel.
Hotel food can be expensive and is often not great quality so your pilot is sure to appreciate a special treat.
You may wish to check with the company if they can make alternative arrangements in case the plane doesn't end up at its intended destination (as is known to happen at times!!).
Do you feel bad for your pilot, out in the freezing cold? The Ororo heated jacket will be like you have him wrapped in a great big hug!
If you're feeling game, why not book in a sexy photo shoot especially for that pilot.
To add an extra personal touch, take some of his uniform items along to use as props.
What better way to take care of your pilot than by gifting them a clothing valet. This is one way to keep all their uniform neat and tidy and confined to one area of the house.
I love the one we have which includes a trinket tray for epaulettes, wings etc and is available from Soko & Co.
If you don't happen to live in Perth then Amazon have a range of similar ones.
Keeping a model of the different planes your pilot has flown can make for a wonderful gift. Why not start or add to his collection by finding the first plane he ever flew, the plane he flies now or even the one he was flying when you met him. 1 Airline Airplane Military Models eBay store has a wide range of new and vintage models, as well as other aviation memorabilia.
For more gift ideas for the pilot in your life, check out our "For Your Pilot" gift page.