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About Us


Hal Harris

Hal Harris is AirOne's founder and chief flight instructor. He has been flying "since he was an infant" with his father and uncle, and he now has his Commercial Pilot Certificate, Certified Flight Instructor (CFI) Certificate, CFI-Instrument (CFII), Multi-Engine Instructor (MEI), as well as both Advanced and Instrument Ground Instructor Certificates.

After flying corporate for several years, Hal opened AirOne in Bethany, Oklahoma, in 1995 and has been running the show ever since. Currently, Hal is still very much a hands-on manager, keeping busy with his many interests at AirOne, corporate flying, involvement in the Oklahoma Pilot's Association, and aircraft sales. In his free time, Hal enjoys riding his Yamaha motorcycle around Oklahoma City and spending time with his family.

Christine Manglicmot

Christine Manglicmot is our part-time dispatcher. She works this position on weekends and other hours when she is available. Christine is a student at Deer Creek High School. She has completed her private pilot ground courses and flown several hours with her father. Christine was born in Manila, Philippines, and came to the United States in 2001.

Grace Manglicmot

Grace Manglicmot works part time at AirOne doing airplane flight loading with her mother and sister. She also helps around the office, fuels planes, and works in the hangar. She came to the USA from the Philippines at age three, attends Deer Creek Middle School, and enjoys flying with her father, Hal.


Our Location

AirOne is located on the second floor of the Terminal Building at Wiley Post Airport (PWA) in Suite 105, upstairs from the Runway Cafe. Due to airport security, the building is often locked after-hours. If this is the case, call us on the telephone, and we will send someone to open the door for you. If you are flying in, we provide aircraft chocks on the terminal ramp in front of the Runway Cafe. There are tie down ropes on the south end of the ramp.