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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.

Become an EAA member!

Your EAA membership makes aviation enjoyment and participation easier and more rewarding. Join the most dynamic aviation organization in the world! Join us!

Canadian EAA Fly-In Gets Bigger and Better

In Dollard-des-Ormeaux an overloaded DC-8 roars overhead rattling your teeth, and you pause from your work in the garden to shake a fist. In Dorval, a Boeing 707 rumbles through your living room and you lunge at the rattling bottles on the shelf.

The Great EAA Aircraft Raffle of 2019

The 2019 EAA raffle airplane is a PA-18 replica that honors 50 years in Oshkosh. Manufactured by C & D Aviation, this airplane is unlike any other.

EAA Canada Joins a Who's Who of Webster Trophy Sponsors

The EAA Canadian Council is pleased to announce that it has become a sponsor of the prestigious Webster Memorial Trophy Competition.

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.

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

Bird Dog - The Iconic L-19

"Keep your head on a swivel, those buggers in 104s just love diving under us and scaring the hell out of my passengers," Capt. Adams said. Those 'buggers' were West German Luftwaffe pilots flying F-104 Starfighters, and as we were already flying low
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