Proceeds from the raffle will go to the East Central Ohio Pilots Association’s Education and Safety Foundation, which provides flight training scholarships to future pilots. Tickets are $75 for one and $195 for three, with just 4,000 tickets being sold.
The XCub was identified by Air Force officials as the safest and most capable commercial-off-the-shelf aircraft for the initial flying experiment to test the new system.
The project will recreate the Hall Bulldog Racer.
“Merlin Lite has real aircraft features and appeal: Seven windows, a cockpit door, decent baggage capacity and space, an instrument panel with an EFIS and GPS.”
Raffle tickets go on sale Oct. 1.
Raffle tickets are $20 each.
If someone gave me a plane that was twice as fancy and twice as expensive as my current plane, do you think I would be twice as happy the next day?
There were 11 other winners in the raffle, taking home everything from Alaskan Bushwheel tires to a fly-in fishing package.
Entries are due June 30.