Have you ever dreamed of having the chance to control your very own F-22 Raptor without having to go through the years of rigorous education and training?
Well now you can! (Kind of).
The Ultra Light (UL) F-22 is built to look and feel like a real jet fighter, with the style and design echoing that of the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor. The parallels end visually though, with the real McCoy out-doing the SF-1 Archon on every single other metric.
"I obviously do have a thing for the contemporary fighter jets of the Air Force, and I am intrigued by the way they look"
"Airplanes have been my dream, since I was a child. Every timeI come to think of why have I even started to observe, draw, study,design airplanes, I think the word "passion" is the one that describes/encompasses this path up till today and to be honest... beingpassionate about it, makes me enjoy every step of the way... even more."
George described in detail his emotions during the maiden flight:
"When I climbed the ladder and sat in the cockpit, I felt the difference. I felt as if our hobby had just moved forward; escaped from the ordinary. I put my hands on the controls and pushed the throttle forward. Leaving the ground, I absolutely knew that until then only a few people could have that feeling. Now, everybody has the chance to feel this. The slogan used to say "Only the best become a fighter pilot"; now it is "Everyone can become a fighter pilot... and the best can become an ace"!
For more information on the plane and where you can get your hands on one, follow the link: http://aerosports.gr/