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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!

Are You Current?

In order to fly legally, Canadian pilots must maintain a minimum level of recurrent training, which is made up of requirements that must be met every six months, two years, and five years.

Battle-Tested Avenger Wows in Warbirds

It's big, it's blue, and it's bad. And that's good. It is a TBM-3E Avenger torpedo bomber of World War II, parked in the Warbirds area and proudly shown by Brad and Jane Deckert of Eureka, Illinois.

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

FAA Publishes Drone Rulemaking Documents

The FAA published three separate rulemaking documents relating to small unmanned aerial systems, which is a catch-all term for commercial and hobby aircraft (including traditional RC aircraft) weighing less than 55 pounds.

Flight Itinerary Overdue Notification

Our local COPA Flight 114 (Calgary Recreational Ultralight Flying Club or CRUFC) has made an effort to educate our members about flight rules, procedures, and regulations we must follow for our own safety and that of our fellow aviators and passenger

Autopilot Experience on a Long RV-9A Trip

Flying my RV down to Florida from Quebec has become an annual ritual.

Register and Test Your Emergency Location Devices

The Search and Rescue Satellite Aided Tracking (SARSAT) division of NOAA, in partnership with the U.S. Coast Guard, the U.S. Air Force, the Civil Air Patrol, and commercial manufacturers, are urging pilots to register and test their 406 MHz ELTs.
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