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Planning a flight rally is a popular activity for a number of reasons. A chapter can concentrate volunteer resources to fly Young Eagles®, handle paperwork, and safety. It is often times easier to handle groups of children, such as from a youth group or school, and there is a social aspect of participating with other volunteers on a flight day.
A flight rally must be sponsored by an EAA chapter (or field representative) and the chapter must be actively involved in the planning and execution of the event to be a sponsor.
The guide below will help you plan your first rally. As you become more comfortable with your volunteers and airport, feel free to adapt these ideas to your location.
If you have any additional questions or concerns, please contact us at email@example.com or 877-806-8902.