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Mercy Flight Southeast Raffles off flight in a P-51 Mustang

Stallion 51 Flight Operations in partnership with Mercy Flight Southeast is raffling off a chance to fly in one of the two dual cockpit-dual control P-51 Mustangs.


Mercy Flight Southeast uses a network of volunteer pilots to provides free air transportation to life-saving medical appointments for people who otherwise not get there. While pilots donate their aircraft, fuel and flight hours to complete thousands of flights year after year, the non-profit organization is reliant on donations and fundraising to pay for support services and to keep passengers and pilots in the air.

The Raffle prize includes a half-day P-51 orientation experience at Stallion 51’s headquarters in Kissimmee, Florida:
• Pre-flight briefing that tailors each flight to the individual's experience, expertise and expectations; preflight walk around and cockpit orientation;
• Hands-on flight that encourages the individual to do 95% of the flying;
• Post-flight briefing reviewing the multi-camera video that captures all of the action during the flight;
• Photo with pilot and aircraft.

Raffle tickets are $20 each and the prize includes round trip airfare up to $500 to Orlando. The winner will be drawn and announced on April 5, 2014 during the annual Sun N Fun International Fly-in and Expo held at Lakeland Linder Regional Airport, April 1 – 6, 2014.

Raffle tickets can be purchased online at or by calling (352) 326-0761. Entrants need not be present at the drawing to win.

Filed Under Historic Aviation News.


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Maurice Dent said on the 11-Mar-2014 at 10:01

Hello, WOW, thank you so much for a chance in such a prize. I have been a lover of most WWII fighters for most of my life. I did have a couple of flying lessons that went extremely well but I had some problems with the medical so I pulled out while I was behind, lol. But my brother "Peter" did obtain his unrestricted private licence a long time back but gave it up due to the expence. So next payday I WILL get him a ticket and one for myself. I have to call this a once in a lifetime opportunity. There should be more raffles this one.
Maurice Dent.

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