B10 • Classic
The updated version of the original Brightline Bag Pilot Flight Bag. Lots of additions and improvements.
Includes Shoulder Strap and Handle.
The B10 Classic is the FLEX version of the award winning Brightline Pilot
The B10 is 13.5” x 10.5” x 8”. (And remember, it is a soft bag so it can
expand slightly in every direction.)
The B10 Classic is the FLEX version of our award winning Brightline Bags
Pilot Flight Bag. The B10 Classic is the same small, efficient, superior
flight bag it was before, it is now just turbo charged with the FLEX System.
Perfect for VFR to light IFR, the B10 satisfies most pilots needs. The B10
Classic comes with a Front Bag, Rear Bag, Side Pocket Alpha (Radio Pocket), and
a Side Pocket Charlie (Pen Pocket).
Storage on the B10 is accomplished in a number of ways. On the Front
Bag, you have the nine pockets on the front, followed by the main storage area.
These front pockets hold your mobile phone, keys, wallet, fuel tester,
flashlight, Multi-Tool, Biz cards, and a camera or electronic E6B. The
main storage area comes with a divider shelf as well, and holds headsets or a
GPS. On top of the bag is a pocket for sunglasses. There are two
FLEX Mount Pocket stations on both sides of the Front Bag.
Finally, on the rear bag, you have six pockets in which to store your items.
The main storage area for charts, kneeboard, documents, a 13” laptop. Two
interior small pockets for eyeglasses, markers, batteries. The main
outside pocket with flap for your iPad, todays charts, documents. The
zippered slip pocket for manuals. And finally, the flat half pipe slip
pocket for your checklist or boarding pass.
Besides aviation, the B10 is great for traveling and business. It
easily holds a 13” laptop and can hold cords, drives, documents, folders, and
clipboards, while also carrying your personal items. And like the B6
Convey, it is fantastic for travel. Load it up with your 13” laptop, your
iPad, snacks, pillow, dvd’s, magazines, etc. And, if it’s a little snug
for underneath the seat in front, zip off a module and put it in the overhead
bin. Problem solved.
Each bag configuration consist of the listed components:
Delivery is normally via FedEx.
Shipping to Hawaii, Alaska and Puerto Rico will be via USPS Priority Mail.
APO/FPO will be via Parcel Post.