Flying Eye Optics x Eyes That Fly For Pilots

AUSTIN, Texas2017  Flying Eyes Optics sponsors EyesThatFly.com, a website dedicated to pilots, looking for eye care professionals who understand a pilot’s unique vision requirements. The site www.EyesThatFly.com is a searchable database of opticians who are also licensed pilots.

Dean Siracusa, founder of Flying Eyes Optics, conceived the idea because he found it was easier to explain a pilot’s unique vision requirements to a fellow pilot – not to mention the camaraderie.

“Our sunglasses are unique, and are extremely useful within the aviation community. And our customers are always looking for an eye doctor who understands pilots’ vision requirements,” said Siracusa. “We have a network of opticians we work with throughout the nation, and want to share that information with those who need it.”

Siracusa also said that the site is helpful for opticians who like to highlight his/her expertise within the aviation community. And, the growing demand for prescription lenses in Flying Eye’s sunglasses led him to sponsoring the new website.

“I’ve flown airplanes for almost 20 years,” said Siracusa. “Few things are more frustrating to a pilot than sunglasses that cause more problems that they solve. Aviation eyewear should be seen, not felt.”

About Flying Eyes Optics

Flying Eyes Optics offers unique and patented eyewear to pilots that end noise leaks and pressure headaches while wearing noise-cancelling headsets with typical glasses. Designed with a virtually indestructible resin – Resilimide™, Flying Eye’s eyewear are both flexible and micro thin, mitigating pain and discomfort.

Founded in 2012, Flying Eyes Optics is located in Austin, Texas, where highly experienced engineers and designers work together to create eyewear that is supremely comfortable with or without a headset or helmet. This makes Flying Eyes Optics eyewear perfect for work or play. Dean Siracusa, founder, is passionate about aviation and is a pilot of nearly 20 years. He is a serial entrepreneur and inventor, photographer and outdoorsman.

More information about Flying Eyes Optics can be found at http://flyingeyesoptics.com/

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