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Webster winner receives flight from vintage wings

Dec. 9, 2009 – Cory Raby, Webster winner for 2009 experienced a tremendous thrill when he was offered a flight on a Harvard Mk IV piloted by on other than Michael Potter himself.


December 9, 2009
By Administrator

Dec. 9, 2009 –



Cory
Raby, Webster winner for 2009 experienced a tremendous thrill when he was
offered a flight on a Harvard Mk IV piloted by on other than Michael Potter
himself. Cory was offered the
flight at the request of the Webster Administrator, Amy Foy.  Vintage Wings of Gatineau, Quebec has
been a strong supporter of Webster and the opportunity for the winner to take a
flight in a heritage type aircraft such as this was an experience not to be
missed.

Cory
is a current aviation diploma student with Algonquin College in Ottawa who will
soon be finishing his initial flight instructor rating and launching off into a
professional career.  On his flight
with Mr. Potter, which took place in excellent conditions on the morning of
Saturday morning of November 21st, he had the chance to take the
controls for a while and fly this marvelous machine through some basic and
advanced manoeuvres.

The
Webster Team would like to thank Michael Potter and Vintage Wings for this
gracious gift. Vintage Wings is a fabulous flying museum of WW2 and antique
aircraft which relies heavily on donations to support its endeavours to “keep
them flying”, so their donation in turn to Webster of a costly flight in one of
their priceless aircraft is truly appreciated.