Congratulations to our 2022 Raffle Fundraiser winners!

TICKETS SOLD OUT!

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Grand Prize: CubCrafters Carbon Cub FX-3

We are thrilled to partner with CubCrafters for the 2022 Alaska Airmen's Association Bush Plane Raffle! Over the next nine months, CubCrafters and young members of the Alaska Airmen's Association NextGen Club will be building a Carbon Cub FX-3 from scratch. We are deeply grateful to Alaska Airlines for sponsoring the build team's travel to and from Yakima, Washington!

This is the first time we have ventured into the realm of experimental aircraft, and we couldn't be more excited to be collaborating with the leading manufacturer of the modern Super Cub.

This year's raffle plane is all about showcasing how your ticket purchase impacts general aviation in Alaska. All proceeds from the raffle fund the majority of our annual operations, including: maintaining access to the places you love to fly, improving safety infrastructure, building your aviation community, and inspiring young people to pursue our way of flight. We hope you'll consider donating.

2022 RAFFLE FUNDRAISER WINNERS

Scroll down to see who won each prize!

WINNER: GEORGE YANCHO (TREGO, MONTANA)

Additional opportunities to win!

WINNER: James White of Fountain Hills, AZ

2 round-trip tickets anywhere Alaska Airlines flies! Donated by Alaska Airlines

WINNER: Kyle Strahler of Columbus, OH

A set of 31" Alaskan Bushwheels donated by Airframes Alaska

WINNER: Ken Grunski of San Diego, CA

A Garmin GTX 335 1090 (ADS-B out transponder with WAAS GPS) donated by Northern Lights Avionics

WINNER: Emmett Heidemann of Eagle River, AK

A premier Alaskan tour package: a private flight in a vintage DC-3, donated by Golden Era Aviation
airborne tactical

WINNER: Alec Hamilton of Bend, OR

Two flight helmets donated by Airborne Tactical Solutions

WINNER: Jeff Meierotto of Two Rivers, AK

A 200-gallon fuel voucher from Crowley Fuels!

WINNER: Guy Turner of Wasilla, AK

A Tanis Pre-Heat System and a Honda EU2200i inverter

WINNER: Bob Picard of Anchor Point, AK

An Icom IA-A220 Panel-Mount VHF Transceiver donated by Pacific Coast Avionics

WINNER: Joel Jungemann of Ely, MN

A Garmin Montana 700i with six months inReach satellite communication subscription

Raffle Details

  • 14,000 tickets were sold
  • The winner announced during the Great Alaska Aviation Gathering on May 8th of 2022 (the winner need not be present)
  • Regular updates posted on social media

Raffle Terms and Conditions

  • No more than 14,000 tickets will be sold for The Alaska Airmen’s Association (“the Association”) raffle.
  • There is no limit to how many tickets may be purchased by one person. Board and staff members of the Association are not eligible to purchase tickets.
  • Presence is not required to win.
  • Non-U.S. citizens are eligible to enter the raffle so long as your jurisdiction allows it.
  • The odds of winning are dependent on the total tickets purchased, total tickets sold, and the number of prizes awarded.
  • Limit of one prize per ticket.
  • Winning ticket holders agree to unrestricted use by the Association of the winner’s name and address information, and any photo or video images of the winner to promote activities of the Association.
  • Tickets are not transferable.
  • The individual(s) named on the winning ticket will be responsible for payment of all required tax withholdings and completion of all required regulatory paperwork before assuming ownership and taking possession of a prize.
  • In the event that a prize becomes unavailable to award at the time of the drawing the Association will, at its sole discretion, reschedule the drawing or award date, or schedule a date to award the cash equivalent of its contracted cost to purchase the prize from the vendor supplying the prize to the Association.
  • In the event a winner is unable to take possession of a prize under these terms within 45 days of the date the winning ticket was drawn, the winner will automatically forfeit the prize without refund or other compensation unless other arrangements are agreed to in writing between the winner and the Association before the expiration of the stated time limit for taking possession.
  • If a prize is forfeited, all tickets not drawn in the previous drawing will automatically be entered into new drawings as needed to determine a new winner.
  • At the drawing, the 1st ticket drawn will be for the grand prize, the 2nd ticket drawn will be for the 2nd place prize, etc. After 10 tickets have been drawn, we will announce the winners of each prize in reverse order, starting with the 10th place prize and ending by announcing the 1st place prize winner last.
  • Specific prize information and announcement of any additional or rescheduled drawing dates will be posted online at www.alaskaairmen.org.
  • All prizes will be awarded on May 8th, 2022 at the Alaska State Fairgrounds in Palmer, Alaska.

See one of our previously raffled planes in action...

...And meet our previous winners!