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Free Airplane Rides for Kids
Young Eagle flights are held May thru Oct – see the calendar for date
from 9am to 2pm
Choose from 6 flights at Ray Community Airport
Sponsored by EAA Chapter 13, Ray MI www.eaachapter13.org
The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) launched the Young Eagles program in 1992 to give interested young people an opportunity to go flying in a general aviation airplane. These flights are offered free of charge. More than 1.3 million Young Eagles from more than 90 countries have been flown by 40,000 volunteer pilots. See the EAA Young Eagle website: http://www.youngeagles.org/
Ray Community Airport is located in Macomb County, on Indian Trail Road, between 27 and 28 mile roads.
Indian Trail is not paved, so the recommended route is to take North Avenue to 27 mile road, then head west on 27 mile road to Indian Trail, then turn right to the airport.
What to expect on a Young Eagle Flight (written for children) - click here.
For more information, contact Dennis Glaeser or Phone: 248-953-0374
* Written Parent/Guardian permission required. Forms will be provided at the airport. No appointment required – just show up, sign up, and FLY! Adults may also fly.