Chapter 106

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FAQ - What is EAA106?  What is EAA?

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FAQ - WHAT IS EAA106?  WHAT IS EAA? 

EAA Chapter 106, also known as EAA106, is a non-profit, all-volunteer, member organization of pilots and aviation enthusiasts interested in flying, building, and restoring recreational aircraft.
We host monthly programs and events, most of which are free, as well as workshops (some are free).  We conduct multiple Young Eagle rallies (free first flight experiences for youth ages 8-17) and some years we also host the EAA AirVenture Museum's WWII B-17 Bomber 'Aluminum Overcast' and/or their 1929 Ford Tri-Motor.  We're developing a community TV show "ALL ABOUT AVIATION" and we offer a youth scholarship (age 16-18 by July 2013) to attend EAA's Advanced Air Academy.  ~1/3 of our ~200 members throughout New England have built, are building or are restoring an aircraft, another ~1/3 fly production aircraft, and yet another ~1/3 are aviation enthusiasts.
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EAA, The Spirit of Aviation  - and the Leader of Recreational Aviation -- is our parent organization!
EAA enables you to share the spirit of aviation with the most passionate community of recreational pilots, builders, and restorers.  EAA is the oly association that offers the fun and camaraderie of sharing your passion for participating in the flying, building, and restoring of recreational aircraft with the most passionate community of aviation enthusiasts.
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