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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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Aerolite 103 Kit to Be Built in the Fun Fly Zone

Dennis Carley, owner of U-FLY-IT Light Sport Aircraft, and Rick Hayes from Hayes Aero will be building an Aerolite 103 kit during the week of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh in the Ultralight area, aka the Fun Fly Zone.

60,000 Young Eagles Enrolled in Sporty's Learn to Fly Course

The EAA Young Eagles program achieved a major milestone in June, as 60,000 Young Eagles have now enrolled in Sporty's Learn to Fly Course.

60,000 YOUNG EAGLES ENROLLED IN SPORTY'S LEARN TO FLY COURSE

EAA’s Young Eagles program which has provided over 2.1 million youth with free demonstration flight experiences, continues to guide young people toward a lifestyle of aviation by offering free enrollment in Sporty’s Learn to Fly course.

Variety of Burt Rutan Designs Flying at AirVenture 2019

Various Burt Rutan designs will be in attendance at AirVenture 2019, and they are expected to fly together in a diverse gathering of Rutan designs never seen before in Oshkosh.

Bowers Fly Baby

Charlie Gay's 1965 Bowers Fly Baby 608X to return to Oshkosh after 50 years.

Sometimes Aircraft Failures Evidently Teach You

We probably all have stories to tell about things our aircraft have taught us. This is the first in what hopefully (with your help) will be a series of articles about lessons learned from our experiences.
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