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EAA Flight Instructor Insurance Plan

Do flight instructors and flight examiners need non-owned aircraft insurance and professional liability insurance?

EAA Flight School Insurance Plan

Are you using your aircraft for dual instruction (only) aircraft transition training, tailwheel transition training, aerobatic training, advance training for instrument rating or other ratings, or are you operating a flight school for a wide range of

Flight Planning

Plan and explore flight routes with seamless IFR (or VFR) aviation charts and true route rubberbanding.

Plan the Flight, Fly the Plan. Or Not?

Early in your training, your instructor tossed this phrase at you: “Plan the flight and then fly the plan.” It is good advice.

EAA Flying Club Aircraft Insurance Plan

EAA is committed to making aviation accessible to everyone! From its beginnings in 1953, a small group of aviation enthusiasts from EAA created the first flying club where airplane owners and builders shared their common passion for flight.

EAA Flight Plan

The EAA Flight Plan is your pathway from a Young Eagles flight into the limitless world of aviation.

Flight Plans and That $100 Hamburger

Canadian pilots should be familiar with the requirement for VFR flight plans and flight itineraries, but how many of them think of them as a requirement when flying off for that Saturday morning $100 hamburger?

EAA Airport Insurance Plan

There are many moving parts to an Aviation General Liability (Airport) Insurance Policy; so, it takes an aviation insurance professional to ensure you have the right insurance at the best price!
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