Tag Archives: Young Eagles

Pancake Breakfast

EAA Chapter 688 will be holding our annual Fly-In Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, June 13th from 8:00am to 1:00pm at the Montevideo-Chippewa County Airport (KMVE). Price is $8 for adults and $4 for kids 12 and under. In addition to the … Continue reading

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EAA International Young Eagles Day on June 12 offers young people the inspiration of flight

EAA chapters, members to fly kids free of charge EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — (May 10, 2021) — The Experimental Aircraft Association’s International Young Eagles Day, which focuses on flying thousands of kids as an introduction to aviation, returns … Continue reading

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Phillips 66 Aviation Honors Minnesota Couple For Involvement In EAA Young Eagles

Published in Midwest Flyer – October/November 2020 issue HOUSTON, TEXAS – Phillips 66® Aviation has presented its 2020 Phillips 66 Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Young Eagles Leadership Award to Dave and Bonnie Jennen of Erhard, Minn. The award, which is … Continue reading

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Grass-roots initiative introduces millions of kids to the possibilities of flight; Former chairmen including Harrison Ford, Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger and Jeff Skiles join current chairman Sean D. Tucker, in encouraging kids to take a Young Eagle flight in 2017. EAA … Continue reading

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Giving That First Ride In An Airplane

by Jim Hanson Most of us enjoy flying so much that we can’t wait to share it with others. We are proud that we can do something that most people cannot – fly an airplane! Do you recall the very … Continue reading

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Indiana Couple Honored For Young Eagles Flights

OSHKOSH, WIS. – A Fort Wayne, Indiana couple, David and Laramie Resler, are relentlessly trying to inspire kids about aviation, having helped 3,400 kids get an EAA Young Eagles flight experience. The Reslers were honored for their efforts during EAA … Continue reading

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Revitalizing General Aviation By Overhauling Federal Aviation Regulations

Part 1 – Air Rides by Jim Hanson How do most people first experience General Aviation? Usually with a ride from a friend, which often leads to an interest in learning to fly. We’ve covered the subject of exposing more … Continue reading

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Pilot/Actor, Cliff Robertson Remembered

PILOT/ACTOR, Cliff Robertson, who lent his support to the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) over the years, and served as the organization’s first EAA Young Eagles Chairman from 1992-94, died September 10, 2011 on Long Island, New York, just one day … Continue reading

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Mr. Pietenpol: Bill Rewey Famed Aircamper Homebuilder Turns A Page

by Ed Leineweber Maybe you noticed the ad on the bulletin board of your local airport: For Sale ’94 Pietenpol Aircamper NX17WR. Whether you realized it or not, if you saw that ad, you were looking at a small piece … Continue reading

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Creating New Aviators: It’s up to all of us!

by Rod Hightower, President/CEO Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) In the number of months that I’ve had the privilege to be president and CEO of EAA, I’ve confirmed several things that I already believed about our EAA community. First, EAA is … Continue reading

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