We did well yesterday. I know that we had a few minor gaffes and goofs, so if you have feedback, please pass it to me so that I can make an effort to make things better next time.
We registered 64 YEs on Saturday, and flew about 49 of them on Sunday. As we were winding down and even after we sto...
The EAA Young Eagles program was launched in 1992 by the National EAA organization to introduce young people ages 8 through 17 to aviation by giving them a free ride in a general aviation aircraft. To date, more than two million Young Eagles have enjoyed a flight through this program. Young Eagles have been registered in more than 90 different countries and have been flown by more than 42,000 volunteer pilots. For more information, click on: eaa-young-eagles-program.
Young Eagle pilot, Ken Aronson, with new Young Eagle Storm Jacobs, August 2017.