Sennheiser teams with EAA for Eagle Flights

Today at SUN ’n FUN, Sennheiser announced it will be supporting EAA‘s Eagle Flights, a program designed to help adults overcome obstacles to pilot training.

The new program, which builds on the success of EAA’s Young Eagles program, presents a long-term opportunity for new pilots become part of the EAA aviation community, according to Sennheiser officials. As a leading sponsor of EAA’s program, Sennheiser will provide financial resources as well as dedicated outreach assistance.

“EAA has a longstanding history of encouraging flight training, in addition to an extremely supportive network of accomplished pilots around the world,” commented Christian Pulm, global marketing and strategy development, Sennheiser Aviation. “It is an honor for Sennheiser to be counted as the first sponsor of the Eagle Flights program, which will provide ‘first flight’ adults with the information and support they need to continue their journey of becoming a pilot.”

Sennheiser’s sponsorship of EAA Eagle Flights is another way the company is building on its Live Your Dream program, which was originally launched in 2011. Live Your Dream is designed to motivate and assist people with a passion for flying to remove obstacles and take the first step on their journey towards becoming a pilot.

“There are many synergies between Sennheiser’s Live Your Dream and EAA Eagle Flights,” Pulm continued. “Both programs provide a wealth of resources designed to educate and motivate, while bringing the possibility of attaining a pilot’s license one step closer.”

For its new Eagle Flights program, EAA hopes to build on the success of Young Eagles, which has flown more than 1.7 million young people since 1992 through the work of more than 43,000 EAA-member pilots and aviation industry supporters. Through Eagle Flights, EAA hopes to strengthen its community of aviators while creating new pathways for adults to participate in aviation.

“As with Young Eagles, EAA’s Eagle Flights seek to engage people in aviation with a special focus on mentoring adults in the world of flight,” said Jeff Skiles, EAA’s vice president of chapters and youth education. “Sennheiser’s commitment to Eagle Flights shows how deeply interested it is in attracting and supporting people interested in the joy and fulfilment of flying.”

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