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Flying Start

EAA’s Flying Start is a new program for chapters to use to reach out to the local community and provide an opportunity to engage with people who are interested in the world of flight.

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Living History Flight Experience Operators Meet at AirVenture

One significant meeting among the many that EAA managed during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019 was the gathering of more two dozen Living History Flight Experience holders and operators to review pending policy changes and additions.

EAA Maintains Importance of GA in Comments on Amazon Petition

EAA filed comments on Wednesday maintaining the importance of GA operations in the national airspace in response to a petition made by Amazon for relief from certain rules in order to conduct drone deliveries.

SportAir Workshops in Canada

You have the dream. Now begin to turn it into a reality through EAA's SportAir Workshops. These weekend workshops will launch you on the most satisfying and rewarding adventure of your life — building your own airplane.

EAA MAINTAINS IMPORTANCE OF GENERAL AVIATION AND SAFETY IN COMMENTS TO FAA ON AMAZON PETITION

Safety for manned aircraft, not commercial expediency, must be the priority for federal air regulators as they consider an exemption application by Amazon regarding package deliveries by unmanned aerial systems (UAS).

EAA Preparing Comments on Amazon Petition for Exemption From Part 135

EAA is preparing public comments based on a petition filed by Amazon last month for an exemption for its drone delivery program from a host of rules.

Safe Integration Affirmed by EAA in Response to UPS Petition

EAA expressed concerns in comments on Wednesday in response to a petition by UPS detailing a UAS operation beyond visual line of sight without reliable sense-and-avoid systems.
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