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November's Pilot Passport Challenge

Check in to National Aviation Heritage Area sites on the AOPA app for a chance to win

What’s the perfect way to honor historical aviation sites? Flying to them. Take advantage of the opportunity to win an aviation-themed gift set this November by flying (or driving) to National Aviation Heritage Area locations and checking in via the Pilot Passport feature on the AOPA app.

Use the AOPA app's Pilot Passport feature to check in at the 24 different National Aviation Heritage Area locations during the month of November. The top three participants with the most individual check-ins will win an aviation-themed gift set provided by National Aviation Heritage Area. Photo by Chris Rose.

The National Aviation Heritage Area is an organization that "seeks to conserve, interpret, develop, and promote the historic resources of the National Aviation Heritage Area." The specific National Aviation Heritage Area is located across eight separate counties in southwestern Ohio. Ohio, which is also the home state of the Wright brothers, actively works to preserve and protect the state's rich history of aviation by encouraging all pilots to visit its heritage area sites.

The historical sites, which range from museums to seaplane bases, offer a wide variety of fun for the entire family. The following Ohio sites are eligible destinations in this month's National Aviation Heritage Area Pilot Passport Challenge:

Airports

Museums and historical sites

Starting November 1, visitors to the National Aviation Heritage Area sites are eligible to qualify for the National Aviation Heritage Area’s aviation-themed gift basket, which includes coffee mugs, hot chocolate spoons, a Wright Flyer blanket, and aviation books, by checking in at each unique destination through the Pilot Passport feature on the AOPA app. The easy-to-download app is free and available through the Apple Store and Google Play. In addition to the Pilot Passport feature, the AOPA app is a useful tool for all pilots. Whether you need an airport directory or want to listen to an aviation podcast, it's all accessible through AOPA's award-winning app.

See a complete list of rules for this month's challenge.

Cayla McLeod

Cayla McLeod

eMedia Assistant Editor
Assistant Editor-Web Cayla McLeod is a private pilot with a love for tailwheel and backcountry aircraft. When she isn't writing stories, she enjoys flying with friends and introducing others to general aviation.
Topics: Travel, US Travel, Apps

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