Happy Landings

Jack Raun and Betty Wright of Hedgesvillearrive Sunday at the Greater Cumberland Regional Airport for a breakfast that was part of the fly-in/drive-in held by Chapter 426 of the Experimental Aircraft Association. They and their home-built RV6 experimental aircraft had just returned from Oshkosh, Wisc., where they attended the yearly international aviation convention. Their trip in the 180-horsepower airplane took 4 1/2 hours, cruising at 180 mph. Raun said the airplane gets about 18 miles per gallon, using a gallon of fuel every six minutes. Their home landing strip is called Green Landings.

Jack Raun and Betty Wright of Hedgesvillearrive Sunday at the Greater Cumberland Regional Airport for a breakfast that was part of the fly-in/drive-in held by Chapter 426 of the Experimental Aircraft Association.

They and their home-built RV6 experimental aircraft had just returned from Oshkosh, Wisc., where they attended the yearly international aviation convention.

Their trip in the 180-horsepower airplane took 4 1/2 hours, cruising at 180 mph. Raun said the airplane gets about 18 miles per gallon, using a gallon of fuel every six minutes.

Their home landing strip is called Green Landings.

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