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Monmouth & Ocean County,

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Chapter 315 Young Eagles

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The purpose of the Young Eagles Program is to provide a meaningful flight experience - free of charge - for all young people (primarily between the ages of 8 and 17).  Each year Chapter 315 members donate their time, fuel, and aircraft to make these flights possible.

Our next Young Eagles Day will be held on Sunday, October 22, 2017 at Lakewood Airport, 1900 Cedarbridge Avenue, Lakewood, NJ.

Boys and girls ages 8-17 will have an opportunity to experience an airplane ride on Saturday, June 10, as Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 315 of the North Jersey Shore hosts a Young Eagles Flight Rally at Lakewood Airport, 1900 Cedarbridge Avenue, Lakewood, NJ.
There is no charge for Young Eagle flights. A parent or guardian who can sign a required parental permission form at that time must accompany students. Flights will begin at 1:00pm AM, with registration beginning at 12:30 PM.
Additional information about EAA and the EAA Young Eagles program is available at

Young Eagle flights usually last from 20 to 45 minutes and are given by licensed pilots in aircraft that have been inspected and certified by the FAA, and .  Most flights are in an aircraft that carry from one to three passengers and the itinerary of each flight varies depending upon the preferences of the individual pilot and child.

Parents must sign an authorization form and are given the chance to meet with their child's pilot before the flight. Parents may accompany their child onto the ramp while boarding the airplane.

If you can't bring your parent or guardian download this authorization form and have them sign it and bring to the airport.

For more immediate and complete information contact our Young Eagles Coordinator - Frank Fine @ 732 681 5286

For more information about the Young Eagles Program visit the EAA.

Want to see how many Young Eagles a pilot has flown or if a kid you know has been flown?  You can also print a Young Eagle Flight Certificate there. Check the EAA Young Eagles People Finder webpage.