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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!

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.

Aviation Words — Crab

This is the use of rudder and ailerons to yaw the aircraft towards the crosswind allowing the pilot to maintain a flight path in line with the runway in a landing approach.

Plane Savers DC-3 Coming to Oshkosh

Mikey McBryan is bringing the DC-3 that was painstakingly restored in time for its first flight on the 75th anniversary of D-Day to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019.

Airbus Perlan 2 Chief Pilot Giving Presentations on Tuesday During AirVenture

Jim Payne, Airbus Perlan 2 chief pilot, will be giving two presentations during "An Evening With Innovators" featuring the Founder's Innovation Prize on Tuesday night during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019.

Protecting Our Youth in the Young Eagles Program — A Recap

EAA's Young Eagles Program is one of the most popular and successful of all of EAA's many programs for its members. In order to do our absolute best to protect these youngsters, and ourselves, in a society where more precautions are taken to provide

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.
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