Executive AirShare chief pilot Alex Franz and assistant chief pilot Ben Petersen, left, greet 6-year-old Caroline, volunteers and family members before their flight Thursday from Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Kansas City Airport.
Executive AirShare chief pilot Alex Franz and assistant chief pilot Ben Petersen, left, greet 6-year-old Caroline, volunteers and family members before their flight Thursday from Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Kansas City Airport. Executive AirShare Courtesy photo
Executive AirShare chief pilot Alex Franz and assistant chief pilot Ben Petersen, left, greet 6-year-old Caroline, volunteers and family members before their flight Thursday from Charles B. Wheeler Downtown Kansas City Airport. Executive AirShare Courtesy photo
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