Posted by MSA on April 10, 2020
The Mifflin trophy is awarded each year for the longest handicapped flight made by a regular entrant during the Mifflin contest. The trophy was created by the Mifflin County Airport Authority in 2008 as a way of supporting the soaring competitions held at the airport since 1990. All design and fabrication of the trophy was done by members of the Authority who applied the skills and resources of their own occupations to create this award. The winning pilot receives a winner’s plaque while the trophy remains at the airport with the winner’s name added each year.
|2014||John Good & Nico Bennet|