Alaska Airmen Association Raffle Plane Builder Announced
Talkeetna, Alaska, September 4, 2015 – The Alaska Airmen Association has announced the winning bid for its 2016 raffle plane. This year’s raffle plane will be built by Above Alaska Aviation of Talkeetna Alaska.
“Above Alaska Aviation is proud to partner with the Alaska Airmen Association to build a completely refurbished PA-18 Piper Super Cub,” said Above Alaska Aviation owner Drew Haag. The raffle plane will be auctioned via raffle at the 2016 Alaska Airmen Association Great Alaskan Aviation Gathering the afternoon of May 1, 2016.
Above Alaska Aviation, based in Talkeetna, Alaska, offers a wide variety of general aviation services, including maintenance, initial and advanced flight training, and part 135 air taxi services. With highly experienced staff, Above Alaska Aviation is an inclusive destination for both general aviation pilots and aircraft. With extensive experience in fabric-covered aircraft, Above Alaska Aviation has proudly been using the Poly-Fiber system for more than 12 years, and is pleased to offer free repair estimates as well as a quality workmanship guaranty.
“Multiple sponsors have donated generously to the build of this aircraft, including: F. Atlee Dodge, Stoddard’s, Poly-Fiber, Whelen, Skytech, Aviall, Aero Parts, and Burl’s Aircraft,” says Haag. “A ‘live’ webpage has been set up for interested parties to watch the progress of the refurbishment at https://abovealaska.com/supercub-raffle/ “ Also, updates will be posted on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/AboveAlaskaAviation Raffle tickets are available for purchase by calling 907-733-4808 or the Airmen office at (907) 245-1251 ticket price is $60 each or $275 for five.
The Alaska Airmen Association is the largest state general aviation group in Alaska. They are a nonprofit 501 (c) 3 whose goal is to promote aviation, enhance safety and support initiatives that benefit pilots and our growing aviation community. Every year they host the largest aviation trade show in Alaska at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport known as the Great Alaska Aviation Gathering held on April 30-May 1, 2016. Established in 1951 as an Alaskan Corporation, it is led by a volunteer Board of Directors; 10 are elected by the membership and 4 are appointed Regional Directors. They currently have 2400 members.