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Young Eagles

The Young Eagles program was launched in 1992 to welcome young people into the world of aviation. The program had an ambitious goal to give one million young people ages 8-17 a free introductory airplane ride before the centennial of flight on December 17th 2003 and we achieved our goal in October 2003. As we move into the next century of flight, the Young Eagle program will continue to run strong as the annual goal of 100,000 kids flown is reached each year. These rides are provided through the generosity of volunteer EAA pilots around the world. The EAA AirVenture Museum is home to “The World’s Biggest Logbook” which displays details of every Young Eagles flight ever registered.

Subject to demand, weather and pilot availability, Young Eagles rides are available on a walk-up basis during most days that Pioneer Airport is open. Over 1,000 kids are flown each year in our four Young Eagles airplanes.

If you are interested in learning more about Young Eagles as either a pilot or participant, click here.

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