|RAF Pilots News & Feedback|
23.12.2011 - Philip Hecht
Flying 10 yrs+ approx 600 hrs/2.2 fuel injected
23.12.2011 - Roger Fisher
I do still have a RAF 2000. My kit has never been completed,
23.12.2011 - Paul Schwarz, Michigan
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and the entire RAFSA Team!
22.12.2011 - Marion J. Larkin (check out Marion's Gyro's Artwork on www.Mickeyharrisart.com)
Enclosed please find pictures of my RAF 2000, N129ml which I built and fly. Artwork is by Mickey Harris of Tennessee. I do not get rewarded for promoting Mickey – he is a friend and a very talents air brush artist. His web page is www.Mickeyharrisart.com if you are interested in seeing some of the cool things he does.
Anyway, thank you for contacted me by mail.
21.12.2011 - Tom Hall
"Bought kit in 2002, finished in 2004, lessons to solo in 2005, Sport Pilot license in 2006. Total hours 170. Many short flights ( 1 hr or less ) many passengers ( 30+ ). Very careful about weather and continues to be much fun. Longest flight, 80 miles each way ( need to stretch it a bit ). In Minnesota, we had the windiest season ever in 2011. I normally fly 2 - 3 times each week; I did not average 1 per week ! I hangar at an uncontrolled airport, but do fly into the Rochester International Airport on occasion. First time, I called the tower and identified myself as N2228TH Gyroplane.......... The tower responded " Gyro What ? ". All the best. Tom "
07.12.2011 - Bill Davoust
Dear Yolande, I still own and enjoy flying my RAF gyro. I started construction on it 15 years ago this month and had it flying in June 1997 and now have about 600 hours. Happy Holidays, Bill Davoust
07.12.2011 - David North - Hampshire
I’m still flying and enjoying my RAF 2000.
Happy festive season to you all.