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Rocket Planes

A Rare Opportunity!
The Rocket Racing League is offering for sale two X-Racers (Rocket Racers) that were previously flown under experimental FAA airworthiness certificates at a publicly attended air show under corporate sponsorship.

“You hit the igniter and you’re in the air in four short seconds, making the X-Racer look more like a rocket with wings”
Rocket Powered Aircraft | The Most Unusual Aircraft You Will Ever Fly/Own

For Information about the Rocket Planes that are for sale, please email info@AccessAerospace.com

The Rocket Racing League is offering for sale two X-Racers (Rocket Racers) that were previously flow under experimental FAA airworthiness certificates at a publicly attended air show under corporate sponsorship. The opportunity exists for rapid recertification of both aircraft for private or public flight activities. The aircraft are being sold with access to support contracts from both the rocket engine (Exos Aerospace) and airframe (Velocity Aircraft) manufacturers. The pilot and designer that originally flew the X-Racers is available to support the transition of the aircraft back into operational service. This is a unique opportunity to build a profitable business within the US airshow circuit as a sponsored for-profit two-ship exhibition under mock or actual race scenarios.

The major building blocks of a Rocket Racer are the airframe, the rocket propulsion module, the avionics package and the ground support equipment necessary to operate the vehicle, and of course a highly skilled pilot. The current Rocket Racer airframes, derived from
experimental aircraft manufactured by Velocity Aircraft in Sebastian, Florida, have been through three design iterations to better configure the airframe for the dedicated purpose of rocket racing. Along the way, we have incorporated lessons learned from flight tests, ground tests, public exhibitions and analysis.

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