"I think the airport is his fountain of youth. He's here almost everyday. Sometimes flying sometimes not," says his daughter Ann Carden.
A long time pilot of Martinsburg, Guy Reynolds celebrated his 100th birthday up in the sky. He says flying through the air is where he feels the most free and relaxed.
"Well it's a way to relax and just be comfortable and enjoy what you're seeing. I love to see God's creation and you can see it from up there," says Reynolds
This Martinsburg celebrity also celebrated on the ground with his family, friends, and fellow pilots.
"They're all his airport buddies. It's what keeps him motivated," says Carden.
Together they awaited another smooth landing.
"He has a great outlook on life, takes ever day as it comes. He's a very religious man," says his friend John Collins.
But this man is far more than just a savvy pilot. He's now someone who's lived a full century.
And with that kind of living comes words of wisdom.
"Don't give up if you want to do something do it because there may come a time in life when you can't so go ahead and do it don't put it off," says Reynolds.
"To see him reach 100 he's done what he set out to accomplish and now he's shooting for 110," says Carden.
For Guy Reynolds it's the flight of a century.