Webinar- Ray Aviation Scholarship - A Flight Training Fund for Your Chapter
Through the generous support of the Ray Foundation, EAA will provide up to $10,000 to deserving youths for their flight training expenses, totaling $1,000,000 in scholarships annually. Join David Leiting from the EAA as he explains the details.
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Webinar Paramotors: Learning, Flying and Buying the Smallest, Most Portable Aircraft
Jeff Goin takes you through a typical journey of learning to fly a powered paraglider, including the options, costs, challenges, and capabilities. He'll include choices that improve the fun and reduce your chances of the bad things.
Webinar- First Flight, No Fright: All About Discovery Flights and Introductory Lessons
The introductory lesson or discovery flight introduces people to the wonders of flight. Longtime CFI, Prof. H. Paul Shuch discusses what he does to make this a positive experience, and explains to potential students what they should expect.
Why does the world need the Experimental Aircraft Association? Well, let’s ask it another way: What would aviation be like without EAA? The fact is, EAA continues to grow stronger, become more influential, and touch more lives than at any time in our
Webinar- Flying Start - A New Outreach Program for Chapters 2019
EAA has relaunched the Flying Start program to help chapters engage adults who are interested in aviation. Kyle Voltz explains what materials EAA has developed to support your chapter, and shares tips and tricks to organize an outstanding event!
Webinar- Introduction to Tailwheel Flying Techniques
This presentation will cover the basics of flying a tailwheel aircraft. Glen Oliphant will outline practical techniques as well as identify common errors and discuss wheel and three-point landing techniques.
Webinar- Less Than Ideal: Short Field, Soft Field, and Obstacle Operations
Prof. H. Paul Shuch discusses operations on soft fields, short fields, and over obstacles. Emphasizing how to perfectly execute precision takeoffs and landings on imperfect runways, and how to judge when not to try.