Anyone who has spent more than a few minutes at AXIS Flight School knows that we are addicted to coffee. What makes matters worse is that we are snobs, too. Some of our favorite coffee brands include: illy, Black Rifle Coffee Company, and Flight Coffee. Our espresso machine of choice is made by Breville. The only downside is that the crown jewel of our office does not travel well due to its size and weight. So what are we to do when convenience (Starbucks) and compromise (drinking less) won’t do when we are on the road?
Enter the AXIS Mobile Espresso Kit to the rescue!
This durable, compact, and light weight barista station sets up in seconds. If you would like to build your own “take-anywhere-caffeine-delivery-system”, check out the shopping list below.
According to Feedspot (a modern RSS reader), the AXIS Flight School YouTube Channel (AXIS FlightSchoolTV) is one of the 30 best Skydiving Youtube Channels on the web. This ranking is based on several criteria, such as:
Total youtube channel subscribers, video views, and video uploads
Quality and consistency of videos
Youtube search ranking
Feedspot editorial team’ objective and subjective review
Coming in at #22 on the list, AXIS shares this honor with recognizable brands like iFLY, IBA, Jeb Corliss, Turbolenza, Red Bull Skydiving Team, Performance Designs, Apex BASE, and many more. Click here to view the complete list.
Here’s a short video of the awesome day we had with Yanni Lee after winning the Arizona X-Force Experience. Thank you to everyone that purchased a ticket to help support the team! And a huge thanks to SKYDIVE ARIZONA and Skyventure Arizona for your support in helping us follow our dreams.
Brian Giboney wrote his first “Profile” column for the February 1999 edition of Parachutist, and he hasn’t slowed down since. A few days ago, AXIS Flight School received a letter from Brian that explained he had reached his 200th profile, which took him 17 years without missing an issue! A feat AXIS respects and is blown away by. AXIS currently has 68 Foundations of Flight installments which it started contributing to the magazine non-stop since April 2011, and therefore we can appreciate the amount of work that goes into writing a monthly column!
Congratulations Brian on your success. We look forward to reading more profiles to learn about the individuals who influence our awesome sport.