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Brightline Bags B7 Flight Pilot Bag

The Brightline B7 FLIGHT is the perfect Pilot Flight Bag for VFR to light IFR and can satisfy most pilots needs. It's also a great travel and business bag since it will hold a 13ʺ laptop plus accessories. This is the most popular of the Brightline pre-configured bags.

Equipped with an arsenal of pockets, compartments and zippers you’ll never run out of storage space!

The 4" Center Section offers storage space and comes with a divider shelf attaching to the side walls of the main compartment with Velcro. This shelf can be positioned right where you need it or removed for full access storing one or two headsets or a GPS. Access is through a unique top zipper design that also opens the entire length allowing you to reach all the items above and below the divider shelf. On top of the bag is a pocket for sunglasses.

The 3" Center Section easily carries 13" laptops, some 14" laptops, tablets as well as documents, folders, clipboards, etc.

The Brightline B7 Flight can be easily re-configured to be the Brightline B0, B2, or B4 by just removing specific sections. It's like getting four bags in one!

Besides being the perfect Pilot Flight Bag for aviation, the B07 is great for traveling and business. Load it up with your 13" laptop, your iPad, snacks, pillow, DVD's, magazines, etc.

Dimensions:

  • 13.5" x 11.5" x 9"
  • The bag is soft so it can expand slightly in every direction.

 


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Wednesday, September 10, 2014
Great design and utility
by Gene from Mount Holly NJ USA 

Pros: Well made, well designed, keeps everything organized and configurable.
Cons: Can be heavy even empty. Would also rather a form fitted handle instead of the straight handle which is a bit awkward
Review: This is a well designed bag and made of strong materials. I love all the individual pockets and compartments to I can quickly find the items I need, when I need them.

My only compliant is the rear cap exterior pocket flap was mis-sewn and misaligned and has a crooked appearance when zipped on the center section.

The manufacture has stepped up and stepped in and is working with me to remedy this problem. The jury is out if a new rear end cap will fix this issue.
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Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Too many pockets and not enough storage
by Capt Roger from Pine CO USA 

Pros: Well made
Cons: Tiny pockets mostly unusable, hard to find things, bag is very heavy
Review: Convert half the pockets into more storage and bag would be lighter with ability to store bulkier things. There is no way I could recommend this bag. I no longer use mine.
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Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Overall a great bag
by Gene Wentzel from United States 

Pros: Well made, well designed, keeps everything organized and configurable.
Cons: Ok...it is heavy even empty and the carrying handle is straight and I think it would be more comfortable if the handle was curved. I also loved the 2 tubular pockets on the original bag for the fuel tester and flashlight. I was very disappointed that they changed those.
Review: I had the original BL Bag. I only upgraded to this for the ability to expand. As a flight instructor, I needed lots of room for books, 2 headsets, each student's syllabus and teaching aids.

The multiple pockets are its hallmark.

I also loved the 2 tubular pockets on the original bag for the fuel tester and flashlight. I was very disappointed that they changed those.
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Wednesday, July 30, 2014
Finally, a keeper
by Don from Fort Worth TX USA 

Pros: Organization, compactness
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I've bought so many bags over the years, but have never found "it." Drives my wife crazy. This bag seems to have the right organization, but compactness for which I've been looking.
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Monday, July 28, 2014
by SMSgt Charlie Russell C-5 USAF (ret) from  
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I have had this bag for four months. As a retired flight engineer I repurposed the bag to carry a mini laptop, projector, a compact sound system and all the cords, hard drives, and junk to support my aviation presentation speaking engagements. It serves my needs perfectly. It is compact, organized and travels well. It's very professional. You know flight engineers? They like everything color coded and in it rightful place. I love it.
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Saturday, July 26, 2014
All my coworkers want to know where I purchased this flight bag!
by Norm from The Woodlands TX USA 

Pros: Compact, well designed with plenty of easy access compartments
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Since we went to ship sets (Jepps) at my company and retired our personal flight bags I have been looking for a bag that efficiently stores my IPAD (required), headset, sunglasses, clipboard, chargers, documents, pens/pencils/markers, etc. This bag has so many separate compartments it has taken me several trips to organize my gear however it has been well worth the effort!
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Tuesday, July 22, 2014
Handy Nice Bag
by Bickts from Dallas TX USA 

Pros: Sturdy material, plenty of pockets and right size.
Cons: The handles may need to be refine. Kind of heavy in your hand.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Overall well thought. Many compartment to store quite anything. Comfortable size and color-coded zipper openers.
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Tuesday, July 15, 2014
The Best Flight Bag
by Joseph from Scroggins TX USA 

Pros: Tons of pockets, so gear does not get mixed up. Expandable.
Cons: Can't really think of any.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Love all the pockets. Color coded zippers help you remember where to find stuff. Expandability is an added plus, as you can customize your bag over time. I was so impressed with the bag that I bought one for my son. Highly recommended.
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Tuesday, July 15, 2014
Just the best bag!
by Terry Power from Clearwater FL USA 

Pros: Well built, lots of pockets, very practical.
Cons: Wish it had a wheel option for larger configurations.
Review: I replaced my old leather flight bag with this in May 2014. It's awesome. Tons of pockets, lightweight, and the ability to modify it is great.
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Thursday, July 10, 2014
Great design poor quality
by Mad Dog Pilot from Atalnta GA 

Pros: lots of storage
Cons: poor workmanship
Review: I love all the compartments, but the quality of the material and workmanship is poor for the price. I had to rig a loop on the handle so that it would not slide from side to side on my stealth bag. Brightline sells a rubber grommet that is supposed to stop it, but I don't see it helping when getting on and off an escalator. The bottom of the bag has a very small plastic base, but not enough to cover the whole bottom while you are doing a walk around in the rain or if there are other liquids on the tarmac. Besides the bottom not having enough coverage the whole product is made of a cheap material that wears through fairly easily. When attached to your suitcase, as in being an airline pilot, the bag will get rubbed against the ground as you stop or get on and off escalators. This wears through in les than a year. I have glued and extra piece of fabric on this area and it helps. Brightline did not seem interested when I talked to them. The zippers also break and bind pretty easily.
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Thursday, June 12, 2014
ehhhh
by Amy Miller from Burlingame CA USA 

Pros: Lots of compartments
Cons: falls off Roller board constantly
Review: Great bag, but keeps falling off the roller that I purchased together with it. So I'm a little disappointed
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Monday, June 02, 2014
Perfect flight bag
by A Customer from Nairobi, Kenya 

Pros: Everything has its own place. Compact. Well made.
Cons: None.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] This bag has consolidated my previous flight bag and two headset bags (Bose A20 and ASA HS-1A) in addition to solving the problems of having to dig for things at the bottom of my flight bag, and trying to reconfigure everything to fit back into the bag every time I take something out. Everything, and I mean everything, has its own zippered compartment in this bag and remains easily accessible. I have seen a comment or two saying the bag is a bit heavy empty with at least one commenter concerned about the weight limitations of his aircraft. I've also seen a few saying it's hard to remember where you put things. As for the first concern, if the empty weight of this bag has you concerned about exceeding your weight limits then I think you've got other issues to consider before you start worrying about the bag. The weight difference between this bag and other flight bags I've owned of similar size is negligible. The added weight appears to come from thicker and sturdier material used in its construction, and of course extra zippers for the extra compartments. As far as being difficult to find things; I believe the opposite is true. Compartments are specially designed for certain things (i.e. one for the fuel tester) and are set out in a logical fashion (things you use most frequently are easiest to get to), so I had no trouble getting used to the bag. It is one of the few purchases I've made after only seeing the product online that has exceeded my expectations. Highly recommended.
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Saturday, May 31, 2014
It's fine
by kazuo from SAPPORO HOKKAIDO Japan 

Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Stronger fasteners are very nice and more reliable than a former model.

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Thursday, April 24, 2014
Finally!!
by bcheck from Houston, Texas 

Pros: Lots and lots of pockets; plus, expandability
Cons: NONE! Perhaps an optional (removable) backpack application could be considered; otherwise, good to go
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Saw this with a pilot in front of me in the Trusted Traveler line at IAH the other day after a 16 hour return flight from a 4 day run to Dubai. Took me 2 hours on the Internet to find but, FINALLY!!! - a bag with enough discreet pockets to cover my needs on a multi-week trip and no need to dig around in my bag to find keys, pens, passports, etc. like i have been doing for years with my other bags!! I travel for a living and have collected dozens of flight bags over the years. I think this is it.
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Monday, March 10, 2014
This is a great travel bag. It holds all of my recording toys just fine and protected. :)
by Jerry from Berkeley CA USA 

Pros: What can I say but I really like this bag.
Cons: No 'con's in my book about the B10.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I love all the compartments to store little stuff. I hate it when I don't remember where I put it. Haven't gotten use to the color tabs on the zipper.
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Monday, March 10, 2014
Simply Said, I love this Bag
by Glenn from Austin TX USA 

Pros: The very best bag I have owned
Cons: None
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I love everything about the bag, the multi storage is awesome. The bag has enough storage and different compartments for me and more, while maintaining a comfortable size. Lightweight, Impressive looking. Excellent Product!!!
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Monday, March 03, 2014
practical but heavy
by ATTILA from BUDAPEST Hungary 

Pros: helps to keep everything organized
Cons: excessive empty wight
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I like the amount of pockets. However flying a 180hp Cardinal and not a Falcon X,I find the empty weight of the bag a bit excessive.
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Monday, January 20, 2014
Great Bag
by Bigfoot driver from Lake in the Hills IL USA 

Pros: Huge number of organization options
Cons: None so far
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I purchased this bag to replace a smaller, less specialized bag. I needed to organize all my gear, including an Ipad, netbook, flashlight, charts, glasses, etc. This works perfectly, and has room left over for snacks and other items useful on long, augmented flights.
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Monday, December 30, 2013
Won't need another bag for a long time
by Jefferson from Port Orange FL USA 

Pros: Modularity, quality of the materials and the amount of pockets
Cons: The shoulder strap could be longer.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Robust and high quality construction. As obvious as it seems, its modularity is the high key of this bag. Meets all my needs.
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Friday, December 27, 2013
Excellent Bag!
by Joe from Franklin TN USA 

Pros: Well-made. Pockets and compartments for everything.
Cons: A contoured handle may be fore comfortable.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Lots of pockets, high-quality construction, the best flight bag you can buy!
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Thursday, November 07, 2013
One bag. Easy to carry.
by Larry from North Bend WA USA 

Pros: On case carries everything.
Cons: None
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Had a laptop case and headset case. Always dropping one of them. This case stays upright so you can get to anything you need. Takes some time to figure out what to put where. Once you get that straight it works like a champ.
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Monday, October 21, 2013
Excellent product
by Scott from Longmont CO USA 

Pros: Quality construction, plenty of pockets
Cons: Would prefer a slightly larger water bottle holder. Too small for the bottles from work.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I am an airline pilot and needed a bag to replace my flight kit as we are using shipsets now. I needed to be able to carry my laptop, iPad EFB, cell phone, sunglasses, paperwork, etc... all in a compact fit anywhere type of case. I have a 14 inch laptop so I was concerned about it fitting in the back pocket. While tight, it does fit. The sunglasses slot fits my Oakley case perfectly. I use the waterbottle holder for my Cholula hot sauce (too small for the 3" waterbottles I get at work.)

I use the padded interior pocket for food. It isn't watertight, so no ice in there, but it works great for carrying fruit, veggies, energy bars and a sandwich or two.

On the handle not being ideal for dragging the bag behind your suitcase, that's true in its stock form. The handle is very durable, but the bag will slip left and right due to the handle's width. I didn't try the O-ring solution that the manufacturer offers. My solution for that was some thin foam padding slightly wider than a large zip-tie wrapped around the plastic handle in two places and zip-tied in place. This keeps the bag centered. I put that handle in the spot closest to the back of the bag, and installed a second handle in the center spot to be used only when carrying the bag by hand.

Overall, I'm very happy with this purchase.
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Thursday, October 17, 2013
by CHAD from Rockford IL USA 
Pros: TONS OF STORAGE
Cons: DON'T HAVE ANY
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.]
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Wednesday, October 02, 2013
Perfect Flight Bag
by Kevin from Hemet CA USA 

Pros: Practical deign and quality
Cons: None
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] This is a great design. Very strong and built to last. The construction and quality are excellent. I've seen a lot of other pilots at my airport that fly with it or a similar model and everyone has been very happy with it.

It was clearly deigned by a pilot and as a result the practicality and usesabilaty are obvious.
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Saturday, September 28, 2013
I appreciate the small size
by Dan from Anaheim CA USA 

Pros: Excellent size & shape.
Cons: Need to know where items are located.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] The compact nature is great w/o losing the needed space & compartments.
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Tuesday, September 24, 2013
Excellent
by Anthony from Jacksonville FL USA 

Pros: Holds everything plus.
Cons: None
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I have owned around 4 pilot bags and this is the best. Perfect size and expandable if needed. Holds everything in one bag.
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Sunday, September 22, 2013
I don't even want to kep it
by A Customer from Scottsdale AZ USA 

Pros: Made of quality materials
Cons: Weight, Too Many pockets, too complicated, Rough Zipper surface when bags are separated,
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I saw the video for the original Brightline Bags when they were first released. I was very impressed. I bought the Flex system cause thats all that is available. I wouldn't recommend it. If you separate the bags so you don't have as much weight to carry, you have a rough zipper material on one side. All the pockets are great, but there are way too many. They could stop at about half of them and it would be workable. Have a Zulu headset? It isn't really setup for you if you have two of them. If you one or two Bose headsets it would probably work as they fold up smaller, but a Zulu and a second headset like a Zulu doesn't fit very well. Did I mention that the bag is really heavy? Yep, all those pockets, zippers handles and snaps make it way too heavy.
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Tuesday, September 17, 2013
by KEM from between the borders of the USA, mostly. 
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] It is too heavy. And too large for what it can carry. I got the same amount of stuff in one of those aopa bags they gave away with membership renewal few years ago. All the zippers are nice, until you try to find what your looking for. I don't have time to go to ground school to memorize all the compartments. OK, I might be getting just a little better at finding what went in what zipper, but not much.
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Sunday, August 25, 2013
I would buy this product again
by Laurent from Windermere FL USA 

Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Just the best ever all your need in one bag ....
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Sunday, August 25, 2013
Great bag! A pocket for everything.
by Brian from Euharlee GA USA 

Pros: Great quality.
Cons: None yet.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Lots of compartments.
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Monday, August 05, 2013
Great bag
by Aglining from Cleveland TN USA 

Pros: Size, quality, design
Cons: Price
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] This bag is as good as the reviews. The size is great, and it holds all I need. Lots of pockets to learn, but not too overwhelming.
Pricey, but really well made and well thought out.
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Wednesday, July 17, 2013
Great product.
by Jason from Wilkes Barre PA USA 

Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Great product, would recommend to anybody.
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Wednesday, May 29, 2013
An efficient, well-organized, ultra-compact, (flexible) carry-on bag
by Naren Luhar from Olathe KS USA 

Pros: Compact, flexible, re- configurable, modular very well-designed
Cons: No wheels, no back-pack carry option.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] The B10 bag far exceeded my expectations for a compact, flexible, efficient & highly functional carry- on bag where all the "stuff" can be very well organized. A set of wheels and/or the ability to use it as a "backpack" would have added considerable utilitarian value to the bag.
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Tuesday, May 28, 2013
Air Wing - Marine Military Academy
by Jumper from Harlingen Texas 

Pros: Flexibility
Cons: The cart is not really functional need wheels on bag
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] This product is excellent and totally flexible

Throw everything else away and have one functional flight bag that can be configured from a Fighter to GA.

Great value for money
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Friday, March 29, 2013
Great bag
by David from Colorado Springs CO USA 

Pros: Love the pockets and colored zippers.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Lots of storage. Lots of pockets. Just gotta remember where I put everything. So far. Haven't lost anything. Went from carrying 2 bags to one.
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Thursday, March 14, 2013
very useful and flexible kit for the pilot
by Moonkay from Pohang Kyongsang-bukdo South Korea 

Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I love this bag cause its very flexible and useful!  There are so many pockets for many uses and it is really  helpful for storage many things for flight.  Also, the strap is very flexible and strong.  I had to pay quite much expense for shiping to South Korea but still satisfied with it.
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Monday, February 18, 2013
Best Bag I've Used
by Bobby from Georgetown IN 

Pros: Extremely configurable; take the bag I need each day.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] The Brightline bag system makes it possible to have essentially a custom bag for whatever your specific needs may be. For me, I started with the B10, then added the 5-inch center section to carry charts, TERPS, etc, for IFR flight. If I'm strictly VFR, I pull the center section and have everything else I need in about a minute.
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Monday, February 18, 2013
I would buy this bag again
by Jim from Crows Landing CA USA 

Pros: removable piece that can be embroidered
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I am very happy with my B10 bag. The bag has many storage compartments that are easily accessible and convenient. The design is well thought out, and is easy to carry when full. I can carry everything I need from my headset, ipad, charts and countless odds and ends.
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Monday, February 04, 2013
No more "Man-Purse"
by David A. from KLWM Lawrence, MA 

Pros: distinctly colored zipper handles help identify contents; plenty of adjustable space for gear of all shapes and sizes
Cons: none
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I had been using a small carry bag, cramming all of my gear so that before each flight I had to dump the entire thing in order to find a specific chart or fresh battery (sorta like a woman having to dump the contents of her purse...). Now with this Brightline bag, it has so many individual sections and pockets that I managed to find a home for everything and I can access it all immediately and without any frustration or delay. I forgot how nice it is to be organized!
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Thursday, January 24, 2013
The perfect size
by CJ from Grapevine TX USA 

Pros: Size, and all the compartments
Cons: stright plastic carry handle slides to the side of my rollaboard hook
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I have been looking for a new flight bag for several months with no luck. Just could not find the right size. My wife found this and it is perfect. A place for everything. And the ability to add to it if need be. And a great value on top of that.
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Thursday, January 24, 2013
I like them
by Gary from Sonoma County, CA  

Pros: I like the design, the size, and the exterior material.
Cons: needs heavier zippers
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I have had a zipper pull come off and one of the interior zipped pockets is coming apart at the seam. I bought 3- one for small airplanes, one for work airplanes, and one as a gift for a fellow pilot. They help me organize, fit a headset and all I need.
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Wednesday, January 23, 2013
A great bag.
by John from Atkinson NE USA 

Pros: Was all that it was touted to be
Cons: Haven't had it that long!
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] What more could you want from a bag of this size?
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Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The Perfect Flight Bag
by A Customer from Penn Laird VA USA 

Pros: Well designed, excellent workmanship and materials, as close to perfect as possible
Cons: Shoulder strap, None of the bags come with built in wheels but maybe it will in the future?
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] The designer of this bag thought of every possible use or feature a pilot may need in a flight bag and built it into this series of bags. I use this bag daily as a King Air instructor pilot and ferry captain and have been extremely pleased. I have been unable to think many improvements.

Not only is the bag layout well thought out the materials are the best I have seen to date.

To be extremely picky, I would have liked to see them include a better/sturdier shoulder strap as the one included with the bag reminds me of a cheap laptop bag strap. This was a minor observation when I first got the bag and I have had no issues with the strap after a month of daily use.
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Saturday, January 19, 2013
by Debra from Riva MD USA 
Pros: does everything it claims it will do
Cons: takes a while to remember where you put everything!!
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Many nice features. Watch the video - it helps a lot. I like that it takes up a smaller "footprint" compared to the bag I used previously. Have only flown a few times since acquiring it, but I'm getting used to it quickly! Glad I got it!
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Friday, December 07, 2012
Great Bag(s)
by Peter from Orange CA USA 

Pros: Lots of Bags
Cons: Still trying to remember where I put things!
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Great quality and workmanship. Happy to have one place for my flying gear and equipment. And certianly places for gear keeping me organized.
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Tuesday, November 06, 2012
It's a nice bag, but I don't think it's worth the price
by Josh from Alpharetta GA USA 

Pros: Lots of pockets and storage
Cons: zipper pulls may not be secured properly
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I like it, but it's equal to a 1.5hrs of flying...and I'd rather fly. One of the zipper pulls came off, so I had to reattach it and secure it with pliers. Overall, it's a nice bag. But would I buy it again? Probably not.
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Tuesday, November 06, 2012
Im finally organized and more of a safe pilot thanks to my new brightline bag Its just great, and all you said it would be thank you very much
by michael from SAINT AUGUSTINE FL USA 

Pros: Durable and light weight
Cons: no cons
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] The brightline bag is every thing you said it would be, I would like to have it personalized with my name embroidered on it. This bag lacks nothing, Thank you
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Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Great bag
by Esleym from Columbus OH USA 

Pros: A place for everything
Cons: Rembering where everything is
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Beats my old bag hands down love all the compartments now it's just learning where I put everything and remembering it
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Tuesday, October 02, 2012
by Dirk from Namibia 
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Awesome product!
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Tuesday, September 25, 2012
by Brennan from Fort Collins, CO 
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Absolutely wonderful, modular design. It works well to keep my pens, stylus, tablet, flying shades and what-not organized. I can slim it down for just tablet if I'm headed to a caf for planning. I imagine some could find "zipper overload" but the pockets are intelligently placed and the whole rig is of quality construction.
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Sunday, September 16, 2012
I Knew It Was Good But I Didn't Know It Was Great!
by MaroonBeret from Gaithersburg MD USA 

Pros: Functionality, tons of space and the ability to organize your kit your way
Cons: Would like other colors i.e. khaki. Also don't care much for the logo sewn right onto my bag.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Simply outstanding. This bag exceeded my expectations hands down.
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Tuesday, September 11, 2012
Simply Excellent
by Dana from Ashland OR USA 

Pros: quality materials and craftmanship; pockets, and options
Cons: I would like a wheels option for the larger bag configurations.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] This is a quality bag. The material is very tough, yet supple; all the zippers and stitching is top notch and it's all put together very well. Someone *engineered* this bag and done so very well. I very much like all the pockets, which nicely separate just about every category of 'stuff' I carry in the plane.
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Wednesday, September 05, 2012
Great bag, a bit heavy.
by Flying J from  

Pros: Lots of pockets, very slick looking bag.
Cons: Heavy, threading for the Brightline "B" logo came out.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Very nice bag, love all the compartments and the degree to which I can organize the bag. The downside is the bag is noticeably heavier than my old ASA bag that carried the same amount of equipment. Other than the weight the bag is great.
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Tuesday, September 04, 2012
A lot of bag, and a lot of money
by A Customer from pasadena MD USA 

Pros: Pockets within pockets help organize and separate things like keys, wallet, glasses, ipads, logs, etc.
Cons: Expensive
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] This bag has pockets everywhere, for everything. I end up carrying more than I otherwise would, just because there is ample room for carrying stuff. Once you remember where everything is, it makes it very convenient to find in flight with the color coded pulls.
However, like most things aviation related it is not cheap. Have flown with it a half-dozen times and so far seems to be wearing well.
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Tuesday, September 04, 2012
Great Brightline B10 bag!
by GARY from Rancho Cucamonga CA USA 

Pros: The pockets and color-coded zippers.
Cons: None
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] The Brightline B10 bag is great. Perfect size for my needs and all the pockets make it easy to locate items (but you have to have a system in mind - the color-coded zippers will help with this.) Sturdy and useful.
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Thursday, August 30, 2012
Very well satisfied
by A Customer from Atlanta, GA 

Pros: flexibility to combine various bags for different missions
Cons: bit of a goofy system of o rings to keep it centered on the j-hook of a rolling bag. hardly worth mentioning
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] It's not often that I buy something and find myself as happy with the purchase as I did with this bag. It is as advertised or better. I bought it for my airline job and I like it so much that I intend to buy another for my personal plane. I do recommend watching the video to get an idea of what all the pockets are for as many of them are designed for a specific purpose. The design is well thought out and the flexibility of being able to add various bags to expand it makes it the best bag I've ever had for flying.
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Tuesday, August 21, 2012
A long haul pilot's perspective
by Michael from Clovis CA USA 

Pros: The B10 fits in the overhead of regional jets. A full sized legal envelope fits in the outside back pocket for receipts,etc. Plenty of pockets for all the little stuff. The light grey interior color makes seeing items much easier.
Cons: The handle is not desinged for use with your rolling bag. They give you rubber o-rings which help keep the bag from sliding but maybe the next generation will be improved.
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] This is the most versatile bag that I have found so far. The modular design allows great flexibility. The ability to organize your gear is the best feature. No more digging around in the dark to find stuff. You know exactly where it is. I have owned the bag for two months with no problems so far. The bag fits neatly next to the 744 seat. I also like the fact that the side pockets can be removed or changed around. I also bought a rear cover to use the bag for lighter loads/short trips. The bag was back ordered initially, and I was very impressed with the customer service from Brightline and MyPilotStore. I will buy from these companies again!
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Thursday, June 21, 2012
by Samuel from Farmington, MI 
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] Although I've only flown with it once, I'm pretty impressed with this bag. A place for everything and everything in its place. I'm a 46 year old student pilot, bout' 3/4 of the way thru and this bag has helped to consolidate all I need into one bag. My previous system was a Sporty's Original Flight Gear Bag and the cheap little tote bag the flight school gave. I would transfer stuff from the Sporty's bag (depending on what I was doing that day) to the tote and hand carry my headphones. I was able to transfer just about everything to the B10 Classic, including training syllabus and faa instructional books and my headset! The B10 Classic sits nicely on the passenger seat when I'm solo and is laid out nice such that everything is reachable. The Sporty's bag is well made and I'll use it on long trips, however this B10 will be my Flight Tools box. I fully intend on adding the various other pieces as I grow in experience and ratings.
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Monday, June 18, 2012
Outstanding Flight Bag
by Chris from Roseburg OR USA 

Pros: Well made, excellent design, convenient flight bag.
Cons: Needs a reference diagram to get you started
Review: [This review was originally written for the Brightline B10 Bag. The B7 has replaced the B10 so this is informational only and may not apply to the B7.] I'm so much more organized because of this bag. I can find everything quickly. The one thing that would be nice from Brightline would be a reference diagram of some sort. I had to watch the video to figure out what a few of the pockets were designed for. All in all it is the perfect bag for me, and I would buy it again.



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Previous Customer Questions For Brightline Bags B7 Flight Pilot Bag:
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On Sunday, July 13, 2014 a customer asked:
Q:
Can the center section hold a MacBookPro 15" if put in the 3" or 4" sections diagonally?
A: Many, but not all, 14" laptops will also fit but unfortunately none of the 15" laptops will fit.

On Wednesday, May 28, 2014 a customer asked:
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What are the differences between the b7 and b10? They look identical but I have the feeling looks are deceiving.
A: The biggest difference is that the B10 is just one bag and you cannot re-configure the B10 without purchasing additional parts.  The B7 can be easily re-configured to be the Brightline B0, B2, or B4 by just removing specific sections.  It's like getting four bags in one!


 

 

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