The Young Eagles program is one of the ways the EAA introduces the next generation of pilots to aviation. It was founded by the EAA with the mission of introducing young people ages 8 to 17 to aviation.
These youngsters will get to see the area from an eagle's perspective, and share in the entire flight experience.
Many youngsters remember this positive experience for the rest of their lives. Not a thing.
Our member pilots volunteer their time and aircraft, and provide these flights free of charge. Young Eagles flights are performed by pilots licensed by the FAA, using aircraft which are maintained under appropriate FAA regulation.
Flying is considered by many to be safer than travelling in an automobile. How do I arrange for a Young Eagles flight?
Where do I go on the day of the event? To get there, you may use your GPS to get you to the Spruce Creek Fly-In, but please use the map below to get to the event, as you will need to cross over an active taxiway to do so.
The areas marked in yellow outlines on the map are active taxiways, which means there could be aircraft moving on the ground. The area outlined in red on the map is the active runway.
Aircraft will be landing and departing here. Make sure to look both ways for aircraft before crossing the taxiway. Click on the map to enlarge. Powered by JoomlaGadgets. To find out more about the Young Eagle program, and what your Young Eagle flight might be like, click the link below. Young Eagles National Website. Here are links to the Young Eagles forms needed for both volunteering as a Young Eagles Pilot, and signing up for a Young Eagles flight!
Young Eagles Forms
Please click the appropriate link below, and fill out the form. Consent Form PDF. Young Eagles Registration. Young Eagles Pilot Form.
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Are there any costs to me? Is it safe? Coming from: Get Directions. At a national level, the Young Eagle program has been at work for over 20 years bring aviation to the next generation of pilots.
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