EAA Chapter 1254

lake of the Ozarks Regional EAA Chapter

Welcome to EAA Chapter 1254

Whether you fly, build, restore or simply enjoy airplanes and aviation, you are welcome to attend our events and join our chapter. We are a group of aviation enthusiasts, aircraft builders, and pilots who get together with like minded people to share ideas, exchange information, encourage safety, serve the local aviation community and have a lot of fun doing so. Please come to our next meeting or event as our guest.

For more information on our chapter, please contact any chapter officer via the contact information provided on the Home Page

About EAA

Our chapter is part of the worldwide network of EAA chapters. EAA embodies the spirit of aviation through the world's most engaged community of aviation enthusiasts. EAA's 170,000 plus members enjoy the fun and camaraderie of sharing their passion for flying, building and restoring recreational aircraft. To find out more about EAA and our programs and services, please visit our home page at EAA.org.

About EAA Young Eagles Program

The EAA Young Eagles Program is designed to introduce kids, ages 8-17 to the wonder of flight. Each child who participates will receive a YOUNG EAGLES CERTIFICATE signed by their pilot and world-renowned air show pilot, Sean D. Tucker. Young Eagles also receive a free logbook with their flight entered. The logbook also has instructions to access a free on-line private pilot ground school course. A free first actual flight lesson is available to those over age 13 upon completing Part 1 of the on-line ground school.

Over 2 million youngsters nationwide have experienced the thrill of flight through the EAA Young Eagles Program in its 25-year history. Our local Chapter has flown over 2000 local area kids in the program's existence.

Chapter Young Eagles event schedule will be posted on the Website Announcements page. 

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