EAA 92 pilots and volunteers are the heart and soul of our events, and we heartily thank you for volunteering for an assignment. Non-pilot volunteers should arrive at the event 30 minutes prior to the start time to help set up, and pilots should arrive no later than 30 minutes after the start time for a pilot’s briefing. All pilots and volunteers are provided a near-endless supply of hot dogs, veggie burgers, healthy snacks, and drinks to get through the day. Please email us at YoungEagles@EAA92.org if you have any questions or concerns.

Pilot Registration

EAA has created a website to help streamline Young Eagles Event registration and management. Please fill out the form to confirm your event participation. Once we receive your submission, we will either send you an email request to register on the website, or simply add you to the event if you are already registered. Please do not hesitate to email us if you have any questions.

Thank you!

The Young Eagles pilot requirements are basic, but MUST be followed.

  • Be a current EAA® member and hold an appropriate airman’s certificate (sport pilot or greater)
  • Possess a current medical certificate (if applicable)
  • Be current to carry passengers in the aircraft you plan to use
  • Have a current flight review
  • Complete the Young Eagles registration form before the flight, including parent or legal guardian signature, and pilot signature
  • Conduct flights in an aircraft that is in airworthy condition
  • Have aircraft passenger liability insurance for the aircraft used (owned, rented, or borrowed)
  • Adhere to all applicable Federal Air Rules (FARs)
  • Complete both the online training and basic background check as a part of EAA’s Youth Protection Policy. For more information, visit EAA.org/YouthProtection.

Insurance Coverage

As an EAA member participating in the Young Eagles program, you are eligible for an additional $1 million of passenger liability insurance coverage, if you carry a mini-mum of $100,000 per seat liability insurance. This cover-age is automatically in place when flying Young Eagles; there are no additional forms to complete. In addition to these requirements, you must also meet the current Fed-eral Air Rules (FARs) for the pilot certificate you hold.

*All information in this tab is from and required by EAA.

Volunteer Registration

If you are a non-pilot volunteer, please register here. Your first name, event, and assignment will be made public and available in the table below. You may use the table to get an idea of what positions are yet unfilled or undermanned. Please do not be deterred by a seemingly filled event; we can always use more ground crew and food volunteers.

Thank you!

First Name Event Assignment
First Name Event Assignment
Phat October 19, 2019 Other/Wherever Needed
Barbara October 19, 2019 Gliders
C October 19, 2019 Instruments