Phillips 66 Aviation, the presenting sponsor of the Young Eagles program since the program’s earliest days, is celebrating its 90th anniversary by giving the 2 million Young Eagles already flown, and others, the opportunity to pursue their individual dreams of flight. The recently announced Phillips 66 Flight Training Award is available through EAA to support flight training costs in the amount of $13,200.
Any U.S. or Canadian citizen interested in learning to fly is encouraged to apply. Flight training must occur at a Phillips 66 branded FBO, with previous EAA Young Eagles given preference for the scholarship. The application deadline is June 15, so visit EAA’s scholarship webpage to start your application!