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1. All participating pilots must be members of EAA and must hold an appropriate Airman's Certificate (Sport Pilot or greater)
2. Pilots must possess a current Medial Certificate (if applicable)
3. Pilots must be current to carry passengers in the aircraft they plan to use.
4. Pilots must have a current Flight Review.
5. Aircraft Passenger Liability Insurance is required for the aircraft used (owned, rented, or borrowed)
6. The Young Eagles registration form must be completed before the flight, including parent or guardian signature, and pilot signature.
7. The aircraft used for the flight must be in airworthy condition.
8. Flights must adhere to all applicable Federal Air Rules (FARs).
9. To provide the conditions for the best possible experience for first-time flyers, all Young Eagle flights must be conducted in VFR weather. No unusual attitudes, formation flights, or aerobatics are permitted. All aircraft must shut down between flights (no hot loading)
As an EAA member, pilots participating in the Young Eagles program are eligible for an additional $1 million of passenger liability insurance coverage, if they carry a minimum of $100,000 per seat liability insurance. This coverage is automatically in place when flying Young Eagles, there are no additional forms to complete. In addition to these requirements, you must meet the current Federal Air Rules (FARs) for the pilot certificate you hold.