Win a Flight!
WIN A FLIGHT!
Fans of the Waterloo Air Show have 4 chances to win a flight of a lifetime!
Congratulations to Patrick Carter who has won the T-33 ride!
The Waterloo Air Show and the Jet Aircraft Museum are offering 1 lucky winner the chance to ride in the classic T-33 "Silver Star", a retired Canadian military jet trainer. Listen to Rogers Radio: CHYM-FM, KIX 106.7 or 570 News the week of May 21 or visit their web sites for further information.
3 lucky winners will win a flight in a WWII Harvard
Update: Congratulations to Doug Moir who won listening to KX 94.7, Anne Stewart who won the ride from CJOY and Dave Truman on the Humble & Fred show.
Three lucky people will get the chance to win a flight in a World War II Harvard trainer from the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association. Tune into KX 94.7 in Hamilton, 1460 CJOY in Guelph or online with Humble and Fred,
And even better, the winners fly in a 4-plane formation flight! Four Harvards in the air at once!
Winning flights take place on Saturday, June 2 in the morning at the Region of Waterloo International Airport. Time is tentatively set for an 8am arrival. (Rain date: Sunday, June 3 in the morning; same location; same time). If there is another rain/weather delay, the will be no further opportunity to execute the flight.
Winners must be physically capable to climb into and out of the passenger seat unassisted.
Height and weight restrictions will accommodate most people. Over 6'5" and 275 pounds is over the limit.
Winners MUST become members of the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association to fly. The Waterloo Air Show will cover the cost of membership ($50 for one year), but a member application form must be filled out and signed.
All winners must sign a separate waiver before they fly.
If terms cannot be met, the winning flight is transferable to someone who can meet the terms.
Winners are allowed to bring family members to watch.
Hand-held cameras are allowed on board.
Pilots and crew of the Canadian Harvard Aircraft Association have the final decision as to whether the flight will take place due to varying circumstances, including but not limited to, evaluation of the winners' physical and mental condition, weather, and mechanical issues with the aircraft.