We Bring the Airport Field Trip to Your School
An exciting STEM program provided to schools, libraries, scouts, camps at absolutely no cost.
Schools are no longer taking field trips to airports due to a wide variety of limiting factors such as budget cuts, transportation difficulties, security concerns, liability concerns, personnel shortages, and insurance costs. Why Fly Alone Foundation is going to fix this problem by bringing the airport field trip into our schools.
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Bring the Airport Field Trip to Your School
Children have a natural interest in aviation and space vehicles, so now you can encourage their curiosity with our breakthrough aviation educational program entitled We Bring the Airport Field Trip to Your School. With this program, Why Fly Alone Foundation will trailer a folding wing aircraft to your school for an educational "hands-on" learning experience.
Our qualified educational team, which includes professional aviation instructors, has aviation in their DNA, and will provide this immersive aviation and aerospace program at no cost to your school.
Why Fly Alone Foundation — a not-for-profit, tax-deductible 501c3 charity — is committed to introducing to all educational institutions and students the many opportunities available in pursuing a career in the field of aviation and aerospace.
An Extension of Your School's STEM Curriculum
We work within your existing STEM curriculum to inspire children of all ages to examine and question how technology, aviation, and aerospace apply to our environment and everyday life.
This program will create an environment of interest and opportunity to experience the thrill of aviation and be left with an everlasting impression as well as the encouragement to pursue one of many fulfilling careers that the aviation and aerospace sector has to offer.
The future of our nation and the world will be determined by the next generation of STEM graduates. In fact, it is possible that one of your students could be among the first humans to set foot on another planet.