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Take Wing Air Offers Aerial Cremated Remains Ash Scattering Over Land or Sea for the Cremated Ashes of Loved Ones and Pets


Nashua, NH (PRWEB) May 20, 2015

Take Wing Air, a New Hampshire-based aviation firm, now offers an affordable solution to finding a final resting place for cremated earthly remains in a more heavenly fashion. From its home airport in Nashua, Take Wing Air will scatter the cremated ashes of a departed family member, loved one, or pet by air at the family’s predetermined location while soaring the skies above the mountains, lakes, and seacoasts of New England and New York.

Bill Dino, owner and operator of Take Wing Air, says, “Although I have been a pilot for many years, I first got the idea of doing aerial cremated ash scattering commercially after I performed this service for my own parents. It brought a fitting closure to their lives and gave us comfort.” After doing a little research, Dino found there was a need for such a service in this area. One customer said, “I had inherited my grandparents’ ashes and been storing them in our hall closet. When we were preparing to move I felt it was finally time to find a permanent but fitting resting place. I was thrilled that Take Wing Air could scatter their cremated ashes over the mountains my grandparents loved.”

As part of their service, Take Wing Air provides a witnessed certificate documenting the time and location of the release of the cremated remains and a Google map overlay of the flight. Aerial ash scattering can take place at a large selection of locations over land or sea throughout New England and eastern New York state. They are also able to honor special requests such as music, flyovers, or readings.

Take Wing Air uses a specially modified twin engine plane that allows a loved one’s ashes to be released through the bottom of the aircraft in a safe and dignified manner; the cremains will always drift down and away from the plane. There is never an issue of cremated ash coming back into the cockpit or impacting the side of the plane. Dino reports this is a common problem with many competing services or “pilot friends” who volunteer to help.

Take Wing Air has been offering professional aviation services to the New York/New England area since 2011. In addition to aerial ash scattering, Take Wing Air offers contract pilot services for many different aircraft. All of Take Wing Air’s pilots hold commercial pilot ratings.

More information is available at Take Wing Air’s website, http://www.takewingair.com.

Find Take Wing Air on Facebook at: http://www.facebook.com/TakeWingAir

Find Take Wing Air on YouTube at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcYzMyhqL8sDznpxSF7DTEA

Contact Information:        

Bill Dino

Take Wing Air    

PO Box 313

Hollis, NH 03049

978-340-5379







Show the Love for Pets This February


Millville, NJ (PRWEB) February 17, 2015

One in five Americans took their pets into consideration when purchasing gifts for Valentine’s Day, according to a study by the National Retail Federation. Animal lovers can show pets some extra affection this month by also celebrating National Love Your Pet Day Friday, February 20.

During the month of love and every day, make sure pets are healthy, happy and secure. Appreciate pets for their loyalty with these top five ways to #LoveYourPet this February:

Keep them safe: Pets can play with things that are harmful if swallowed. It’s the duty of the pet owner to make sure that pets have an environment that is safe to play in. Remove dangerous materials such as string, ribbon, rubber bands and small children’s toys to pet proof a house.

Chemicals on lawns can pose a risk to lovable pets, too. Use an organic, pet-friendly lawn food, like the Espoma Organic annual feeding program, to ensure lawns look beautiful and pets’ paws stay safe.

Take pets for a walk: On average, dog owners walk their dogs 300 minutes per week according to the SPCA. Help pets to build confidence and trust, lose weight and reduce problem behaviors by taking them for a walk today. Exercise provides numerous health benefits for both pets and their owners.

Give them something to play with: Toys help fight boredom, burn off energy and prove comforting for dogs and cats left alone. They can even help prevent pets from developing certain problem behaviors. Take 10 extra minutes to play tug-a-war or surprise pets with a new toy.

Teach them a new trick: Teaching pets a new trick and rewarding them with praise and affection is a great way to express love. Teach pups how to give a high-five or cats how to fetch.

A simple belly rub: The easiest way to show affection is with a simple pat or cuddle. Scratch behind their ears and snuggle up together.

Show pets extra love this month and they’ll return the favor the entire year!

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