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About EAA

EAA is a growing and diverse organization of members with a wide range of aviation interests and backgrounds. EAA was founded in 1953 by a group of individuals in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, who were interested in building their own airplanes.


EAA - The Experimental Aircraft Association

Aviation Records Fall in Advance of Successful Mojave Fly-In

Last Saturday's annual Mojave Experimental Fly-In at the experimental hotbed Mojave Air and Space Port in California's high desert welcomed about 250 airplanes and more than 1,000 attendees.

EAA/Daher-Socata Scholarship Recipients Bound for France

Grace Huseth, of Tucker, Georgia, and Michael Keck, of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, will receive the work internships of a lifetime this summer as recipients of the 2014 EAA/DAHER-SOCATA International Scholarships.

FAA's Annual GA Survey to Begin Soon

The FAA will soon begin the 36th annual General Aviation and Part 135 Activity Survey (GA Survey) for calendar year 2013. The GA Survey is the only source of information on the general aviation fleet, including the number of hours flown and the various ways people use general aviation aircraft.

EAA's Aviation & Non-Aviation Accidental Death Insurance Plan: Peace of Mind for $1.35 a Day

Did you know you can provide $250,000 in financial security for your family for less than $1.35 a day?

Able Flight Awards Record Nine New Scholarships

Able Flight, an organization that offers flight training scholarships to people with disabilities, has awarded a record nine new scholarships in 2014 with six recipients set to begin their training in May at Purdue University's Department of Aviation Technology.

Homebuilders: We Need Your Input

To complement a recent study by the National Transportation Safety Board, 'The Safety of Experimental Amateur-Built Aircraft,' EAA is conducting a new survey regarding first flight preparations and Phase I flight tests.

Air Racers 3D Hits Select IMAX Theatres

A new theatrical release of Air Racers 3D from 3D Entertainment Distribution is now showing at select IMAX theaters.

Enrollment in Sporty's Course Surpasses 25,000 Young Eagles

This week EAA and Sporty's announced that the more than 25,000 EAA Young Eagles have now enrolled in the online Sporty's Learn to Fly course, which is provided free to Young Eagles to help them pursue aviation interests beyond their first flight.

EAA Welcomes Full B-17 Crew for Special Flight

EAA's Boeing B-17G has made many memorable flights throughout the country, but one would be hard-pressed to come up with one more special than what occurred on Monday afternoon, April 14, in Oshkosh.

Sun 'n Fun Celebrates Successful 40th Fly-In

The 40th Sun 'n Fun International Fly-in and Expo that wrapped up in Lakeland, Florida, on April 6 saw one of the largest turnouts in years thanks to perfect weather, improved operations, 3,000 dedicated volunteers, and popular attractions including the Navy's Blue Angels Naval flight demonstration team that performed Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.

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