The Alaska Airmen’s Association’s Raffle Planes
The Alaska Airmen’s Association is a non-profit organization whose mission is “to promote general aviation in Alaska.” As a 501 c (3) they depend on fundraising to support their programs and help cover their administrative staff costs. Programs include hosting of public meetings and forums, safety programs, membership services, events and communications, scholarship and youth outreach.
The culmination of every Great Alaska Aviation Gathering is the Association’s giveaway of a raffle plane. Each year the Association sends bids to aircraft builders to build a new refurbished plane. Above Alaska Aviation was selected to build the 2018 raffle plane. This is the 19th year that the Alaska Airmen Association has raffled off an airplane, making it the largest raffle prize you can win in Alaska. It also marks the 3rd consecutive year that Above Alaska Aviation will build the refurbished PA 18-150 Super Cub.
Since 1999, the Alaska Airmen have successfully raffled a FACTORY NEW aircraft. Past aircraft have been a Cessna 172, Aviat Husky, Top Cub Super cub, Maule M7, American Champion Scout and multiple Super Cubs refurbished by multiple Alaskan builders. Only 8750 tickets are sold at $60 each or five for $275. The winning ticket is drawn on the second day of the Great Alaska Aviation Gathering traditionally held the first weekend of May. The drawing in 2018 will be on Sunday, May 6th. Tickets can be purchased by contacting the Alaska Airmen’s Association at 907-245-1251.
2016 Super Cub Raffle Plane
The Alaska Airmen’s Association’s 2016 Super Cub Raffle Plane is equipped with a MTV-15-C-C-R-(M)/CR200-50 with Reverse. It features the latest in ADS-B technology and has CGR-30P Engine Monitor (4 probe EGT/CHT, Fuel Flow, Tachometer, Manifold Pressure) calibration.Watch Videos
2017 Super Cub Raffle Plane
The Alaska Airmen’s Association’s 2017 Super Cub Raffle Plane is all about weight, or lack of it! Our primary goal with this aircraft is to make it as light as possible with short field performance in mind. Stripped down to nothing but the basics and an all carbon fiber interior, this super cub is a STOL dream!Watch Videos
2018 Super Cub Raffle Plane
The Alaska Airmen’s Association’s 2018 Super Cub Raffle Plane will replicate original production line standards with “hidden” Alaska modifications. It will include an original factory paint scheme, gross weight increase, vortex generators, two sets of landing gear, floats and extended baggage.Watch Videos
2019 Super Cub Raffle Plane
The Alaska Airmen’s Association’s 2019 raffle plane will be a completely refurbished Piper Super Cub with a 180 hp engine, making it an Alaskan workhorse! This aircraft will be a dream cub for both the everyday pilot and those that would want to use it for heavy hauling, back country work.Watch Videos