Help support the Alliance and contact your elected officials today! General aviation and local airports serve as a lifeline to many rural and small communities, supporting health care, disaster relief, law enforcement and a host of other important services and resources. Send your elected officials a letter asking them to support and recognize the importance of general aviation.
Across the country, Alliance members are speaking out about the importance of general aviation. The Alliance would like to invite you to share your thoughts and how you use general aviation. By sharingyour story, future visitors to the site will get a unique insight into the role general aviation plays in local community and state. Share your story today!
Help the Alliance spread the word about the importance of general aviation! Learn how you can gain exposure for your business or organization and help share the positive benefits of general aviation to those within your community. Contact the Alliance today to learn how you can effectively reach out to your local media.
Tell us how you use general aviation or your local airport and what it means to you, your organization and your local community. Share your video here. Provide your name, email, state and a link to the video. If you would like to upload a video, click here
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Choose an issue below to find out more about key issues impacting general aviation and airports across the country.
Across the United States, Governors from all 50 states have signed proclamations recognizing the importance of aviation industry. To see what has passed in your state, choose from the list below.
Right now, Congress is considering legislation that would hurt millions of consumers and communities across this country by turning oversight of our nation’s aviation system over to private control. Tell Congress to stand up for everyday Americans and say NO to privatization of our air traffic control system.
Make your voice heard!
The Experimental Aircraft Association was founded by pilots who were interested in building their own aircraft in 1953. Since its establishment, the association has grown to represent owners of antique, classic, warbirds, aerobatic aircraft, ultralights, helicoptors and contemporary manufactured aircraft. The EAA has chapters across the country and has a number of programs, including the annual EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, which attract pilots and general aviation supporters form around the country