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March 30, 2016 - EAA is proud to announce the Aviation Challenge!
Here’s how it works. Each month EAA will challenge you and your friends to discover aviation by going on a specific adventure. During it, capture what inspires you, piques your interests, and encourages you to explore aviation further. Then share a photo and story about your experience with the hashtag #AVChallenge.
We’ll add your photos to an online album and share them across our digital and social channels. Then you and aviation enthusiasts and pilots around the world will be able to see all the amazing stories happening in aviation today.
Your story could even turn into something bigger that’ll inspire others to join in. So watch our website and social channels for a new challenge at the start of each month and share away!
FIRST CHALLENGE | APRIL
Starting April 1, we challenge you to visit an aviation museum, near or far, sometime during the month.
To help you get started, we’ve listed 13 of our favorite aviation museums in the U.S. There are many more across the globe, so don’t worry if you’re in another part of the world. Simply search for one close to you.
Then, share a photo of your museum visit on your favorite social media channel. Include the hashtag #AVChallenge. Be sure to share it in the month of April and watch for it in our album!
EAA AirVenture Museum – Oshkosh, Wisconsin
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum – Washington, D.C., and Chantilly, Virginia
The National Museum of the United States Air Force – Dayton, Ohio
National Naval Aviation Museum – Pensacola, Florida
Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum – Denver, Colorado*
Aerospace Discovery at Florida Air Museum – Lakeland, Florida*
Air Zoo – Portage, Michigan*
Evergreen Aviation Museum – McMinnville, Oregon
Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum – New York, New York*
The Museum of Flight – Seattle, Washington*
Virginia Air and Space Center – Hampton, Virginia*
Southern Museum of Flight – Birmingham, Alabama*
Wings of Eagles Discovery Center – Horseheads, New York*
* Free admission for EAA members as part of the ASTC Travel Passport Program. Some restrictions apply.
EAA is a vibrant and growing community of more than 195,000 members. Each year more than half a million attendees descend upon Oshkosh, Wisconsin, for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration. For more information about EAA and its programs, please visit EAA.org.