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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.

Rebuild an Airplane/Start a Flying Club

The Ayrborne Aviators is a group of pilots who meet at Lubitz Flying Field, a small grass strip airport (CLB2) in southern Ontario, also called Plattsville Airport. The Ayrborne Aviators is also Ultralight Pilots Association of Canada Squadron 5 and

Ray Scholar in Missouri Passes Private Pilot Checkride

Trent McBride has passed his private pilot checkride, becoming the first of the Ray scholars to accomplish that goal.

Aviation Influencers, the Rutans, and Iconic Concorde and 747 Pilots to Headline Thursday at Theater in the Woods

Thursday's programming at Theater in the Woods during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019 will be on many attendees' must-see list, and the lineup continues to get stronger.

Matt Chapman to Retire From Air Show Flying After 37 Seasons

Top air show pilot and longtime Oshkosh performer Matt Chapman has announced that he will be retiring from air show flying at the end of the 2019 season.

AirVenture 2019 Daily Air Show Schedule Set

The daily air show schedule for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019 has been set. AirVenture's daily air shows feature a wide variety of performances from the world of flight — precision aerobatics, military big iron, rare and unique flying examples, and his

EAA Chapter 1410 High River — Learn-Build Project

Early in January our High River chapter took on a learn-build project to introduce new members to EAA and to our chapter, to help them learn the disciplines needed to build an amateur-built aircraft, and then to help these members form a flying club

Word of the Month: Part (Whatever)!

Canadian pilots often hear their American friends use terms like Part 103 operations.
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