The award, given every year during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, recognizes “exceptional Young Eagles volunteers that have continually supported the future of aviation by exceeding expectations,” according to Phillips 66 Aviation officials.
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During EAA AirVenture 2022, Ken Jordan was busy as chairman of the North 40 camping. But he took a few moments off to receive the Phillips 66 Aviation Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Young Eagles Leadership Award winner, which recognizes exceptional Young Eagles volunteers.
The new program is just part of Phillips 66 Aviation’s focus on sustainable aviation. The company plans to convert its San Francisco refinery into one of the world’s largest renewable fuels facilities, enabling it to produce sustainable products, including sustainable aviation fuel and renewable diesel, by 2024.
Douglas Conciatu, who has been flying Young Eagles for 30 years, won this year’s Phillips 66 Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Young Eagles Leadership Award.
The virtual experience offers webinars, educational resources, and more.
Every month, the three players with the highest scores will win a pair of Ray-Ban Aviators.
Jim Roberts gets a chance to fly with the Phillips 66 Aerostars and learn about their youth program.
A second generation Young Eagle receives the Phillips 66 Aviation Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Young Eagles Leadership Award.
“Freedom” and “integrity” are the two words that Ben Van Handel uses to describe what flight means to him. Van Handel is the first recipient of the Phillips 66 Aviation Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Flight Training Award. The award provides $13,200 to help make an individual’s dreams of flight a reality. Van Handel is pursuing a […]