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A student at a Build A Plane school in Frankfort, Kentucky works on a 1940 Aeronca Chief.

Build A Plane student

Students at Flight Expo, Inc. work on the Mini 500 helicopter.

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Agreement for Receipt of Aircraft from Build A Plane.

Build A Plane may agree to donate an aircraft (complete, kit or components) for restoration or construction by young people as part of an educational program. Build A Plane will not restrict the manner in which our educational objectives are carried out, limit the use or disposition of the aircraft, nor supervise our program. We have complete freedom to determine how to carry out our educational objectives.

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