Win a Piper Cherokee 140 with 160 HP Engine or $75,000

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July 2024 Raffle: 
GRAND PRIZE: Piper Cherokee 140 with new 160 HP Engine or $75,000

2nd Place: $5000 cash award that can be used towards aviation expenses of the winner's choice, such as flight time, flight accessories, etc.

3rd Place: 2 Bose A30 headsets

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Flight Club 502 is a non-profit 501 (c)(3), based out of Bowman Field (KLOU), Louisville, KY. It is dedicated to teaching teens about leadership and success through realistic goal setting in aviation and through Next Gen/STEM education. 
 
The organization was established in 2015 by a group of high schoolers who wanted to inspire other students to succeed while incorporating aviation and STEM subjects as a springboard for that success. Flight Club 502 is owned and operated by youth members with professional adult supervision.

We have 750 youth members, 310 kids soloed, 204 Private Pilot Licenses, 8 Instrument ratings, and counting! In the past 12 months we offered programming to 1500 youth outside our organization! In 2019, we built an RV-12 that was flown to Oshkosh in a UPS 747 aircraft to be displayed! 

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Our Past Raffle Winners!

Spring 2024
Tracy and Matt Kuehne won our beloved Cessna 150, T-Rex. The couple flew to Louisville, visited us at Flight Club 502, and learned all about our history with T-Rex. Our CFIs helped relocate T-Rex to the Kuehnes in Pensacola, FL. ( They are picture with Cindy Krauklus who donated T-rex to Flight Club 502 in her husband Rex's Memory)

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Fall 2023 
Neil Paku was the raffle winner and he chose to take the cash prize! 
Spring 2023
James Hall was the lucky Grumman AA1B TR-2 Raffle winner! James came to Louisville to visit Flight Club 502 and flew the plane down to his hometown with one of our "home grown" CFI's! Congratulations James!
Fall 2022
Michael Simpson WON our sold out Cessna 150 Fall Raffle! He said, "When we meet in person I can’t explain what a blessing Blueberry is/will be. It’s amazing how many things came together at just the right time!" 

WATCH INTERVIEW!
Spring 2022
Flight Club 502 Raffle Winner, Taylor Hoover obtains his Private Pilot’s license in the plane he WON on April 4, 2022! AMAZING! Congrats Taylor for winning the plane and for obtaining your PPL
Fall 2021
Piper Super Cruiser
Tim Buck on the left with Ferry Pilot and Instructor John Miller from Vintage Wings in Maine.
Winter 2020
Maura Schmid was the Raffle winner! Captain Schmid took the cash prize.
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Questions? 
Please email us at [email protected] 
Call us at ‪(502) 208-6809
Press & Media: https://www.flightclub502.org/newsandmedia 
 

The Prizes

  • Piper Cherokee 140 with New 160 HP Engine or $75,000

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    General Information
    Aircraft Make: Piper
    Aircraft Model: Cherokee 140
    Aircraft Year: 1966
    Aircraft Registration Number: N4117J
    Aircraft Serial Number: PA-28-22434
    Aircraft Total Time: 4150 hours

    Engine
    Engine Model: O-320-E2A
    Engine Serial Number: L-17701-27A
    Engine Hours Since Overhaul: 250 hours
    RAM STC Upgrade: 160 HP

    Avionics and Instruments
    Primary Flight Display: Two G-5s
    Instrument Landing Systems (ILS): Two ILS
    GPS Navigation: Avidyne 440 GPS WAAS
    Engine Monitoring: JPI EGT/CHT gauge
    Digital RPM Gauge: Installed
    Transponder: New Stratus Transponder
    Audio panel: Garmin audio panel
    Fuel Management: Fuel flow/gallons used gauge, KX-155 Fuel Flow Meter K Factor
    Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT): Airtex GPS ELT

    Additional Features:
    Separate USB panel
    Modifications and Upgrades
    Wing Modifications: Knots to U wing root and flap gap seals
    Wing Tips: Metro Air Wingtips
    Seating: New four seats recovered, shoulder harness front seat, Shounder Harness front seats
    Covers: Cockpit cover and tail stab cover

    Condition
    Paint: Good condition, recently waxed
    Logbooks: Complete logs since new
    Annual Inspection: December 2023
    Documentation: All additions logged with either 337s or STCs, AD logs and all AD’s current
    Damage History: No known current or historical damage

    Additional Information
    This aircraft is meticulously maintained with all logs up to date. It features numerous upgrades and modifications for enhanced performance and safety, making it an excellent choice for both training and recreational flying.
  • $5,000 cash award that can be used towards aviation expenses of the winner's choice, such as flight time, flight accessories, etc.

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