The 2013 Airstream Flying Cloud: What Makes This Airstream So Special?

Flying Cloud GraphicAirstream built its first travel trailer in 1931. Since then, the company has been dedicated to making travel trailers more than just a spare time hobby. An Airstream is something you adopt. It enables you to turn comfortable travel into a way of life. Due to innovative Airstream travel trailer designs, traveling across the country has become an exciting adventure, not just a means of getting from point A to point B.

A Historic Success.

The Flying Cloud has been manufactured by Airstream for decades. It has been a long-time favorite RV for many seasoned travelers. Flying Cloud models from the 1950s are considered classics.

Airstream has a company policy to improve its products, not create new ones. This year, Airstream has introduced an improved 2013 Flying Cloud. This Airstream model has features that appeal to newbies as well as improved features that excite the veteran Airstreamer.

Why the 2013 Flying Cloud is so special?

One of the best aspects of the Flying Cloud product line is the sheer variety available to RVers. The Flying Cloud comes in nine different models that range from 19 to 30 feet in length. There are 16 different floor plans to choose from. Depending on the length and model you choose, your Flying Cloud will comfortably sleep from two to six people.

There are six different interior decors for you to choose from according to your individual decorating style. You personalize the interior to reflect your own sense of design and flair by choosing your own fixtures and cabinets. You also choose your own fabrics including their style, texture and color.

The 2013 Flying Cloud has new improved under-the-seat storage options and added workspace ideal for multiple uses. The kitchen sink is covered when not being used so that it becomes another work area. The kitchen even has a large pantry. This makes the 2013 Flying Cloud an ideal choice for those interested in living in their RV full time or those interested in only part-time travel.

According to the Airstream brochure, “The Airstream Flying Cloud single-axle Bambi travel trailer combines light weight ruggedness with total practicality.” It is aerodynamically designed to increase road stability and gas mileage. Because of their lightweight aluminum construction, all Airstream travel trailers are easier to tow, requiring less fuel and horsepower, than standard travel trailers from other manufacturers.

The name Airstream evokes an image of quality in design. The company is noted world-wide for its integrity in structure. The 2013 Flying Cloud is a testament to the Airstream commitment to a superior product and maintenance of its stellar reputation.

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