Alaska Airlines Aviation Day FAQ’s

Classroom sessions are taught at the high school level.  Special sessions can be arranged for learning disabled student groups. Email us at for additional information


13 - 18 years of age to participate

Aviation Day program is specifically designed with older, high school age youth in mind. There will be a lot of seminars with guest speakers, interactions with aerospace leaders, activities that are focused for older participants.

Absolutely, please contact your group or it's representative to sign up. Below is a list of participating groups

  1. AAG Youth Groups
  2. Air Force Jr. ROTC
  3. Auburn School District
  4. Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound
  5. Boeing Youth Group
  6. Boys and Girls Clubs- King County *
  7. Boys and Girls Clubs- Skagit County
  8. Boys and Girls Clubs- Snohomish County
  9. Boys and Girls Clubs- Whatcom County
  10. Boy Scouts- Chief Seattle Council
  11. Boy Scouts- Mt. Baker Council
  12. Boy Scouts- Pacific Harbors Council
  13. Boy Scout- Other Councils
  14. Bricks and Beyond
  15. Central Kitsap School District
  16. Civil Air Patrol
  17. Community for Youth *
  18. Discover U
  19. Eagles Aviation Camp-Native American Youth
  20. Enumclaw Robotics Club
  21. Enumclaw Schools Foundation
  22. Federal Way Public Academy
  23. Future of Flight Foundation
  24. Girl Scouts of Western Washington*
  25. Girl Scout- Other Councils
  26. Highline School District*
  27. iUrban Teen Aviation Tech*
  28. Jane Adams Middle School-Science Club
  29. Lincoln High School STEM Club
  30. Making Connections
  31. Michael P. Anderson Foundation*
  32. Matt Griffin YMCA-9thgrade youth program
  33. Mount Vernon School District’s Highly Capable Kids (Ms. Laura Schonberg’s classes)
  34. Ninety-Nines Youth Group
  35. North Middle School’s STEM Classes (Mr. Wilmott)
  36. Pacific West Aerospace Academy/Tuskegee Airmen*
  37. Port of Seattle Youth Group
  38. Puyallup School District
  39. Raisbeck Aviation High School-ACE Club
  40. Red Tailed Hawks-Black Pilots of America
  41. Renton School District
  42. School’s Out Washington
  43. SEATAC United*
  44. Seattle Girls School
  45. Seattle Housing Authority K-12 Team*
  46. State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Career & Technical Education
  47. STEM Pals
  48. Summer Learning of Tacoma/Pierce Country
  49. The Seattle Foundation
  50. TAF Academy*
  51. TAG Northwest
  52. Technology Access Foundation*
  53. TechBridge*
  54. TechBridge- Girls STEM Club in Highline*
  55. TeenFlight Puyallup
  56. Tahoma High School
  57. Upward Bound
  58. Washington Aerospace Scholars*
  59. Washington First Robotics Club*
  60. Washington STEM*
  61. Washington State STEM Education Foundation
  62. White River High School –STEM
  63. Women in Aviation International Youth Group
  64. Young Amelias- Museum of Flight*
  65. OTHER

If you are not affiliated with one of these groups you can register your own unique group through this website.  If you have any other questions please send us an inquiry.

Scouts who participate in the BSA Aviation merit badge will cover requirements for the merit badge during this program. Specifically, the Scouts will report early to attend a BSA specific ground school followed by activities that they can select from during Aviation Day to complete their merit badge. Additionally, this is a BSA High Adventure event and Scouts must be 13+ years old AND be at least First Class Rank. There will be no exceptions.

Scouts who participate in Aviation Day and complete their Activities Passport will cover the requirements for the Sky Badge and Aviation Patch.

YES! The Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts will be allowed at least two chaperones per troop. All other youth groups will be allowed a 10:1 ratio of youth to adults. We will set up a chaperone waiting area in the Flight Operations building. Additionally, the chaperone passes will be transferable allowing for chaperones / parents to switch off and to observe Aviation Day events.

Yes, all students must be chaperoned by members of their youth group.  Alaska Airlines Aviation Day is NOT providing chaperones.

For those adults who are not chaperones, you can wait in the parking lot at the check-in building or at the many restaurants around the airport or at the Southcenter Mall.

This will depend on youth groups not filling their slots or participants cancelling prior to the day of the event.

  1. Visit our Webpage at
  2. Click on Seattle
  3. Click the “Pre-Register Now” button
  4. This will open a GoogleDocs page that will generate a Registration Invitation REQUEST (the event is NOT an open house but by invitation only).
  5. Select the appropriate answer about the nature of your group.
  6. Enter all of the requested information about YOUR group and ensure YOUR personal contact information is correct (not your students/attendees).
  7. Watch your inbox over the next few days for your unique Alaska Airlines Aviation Day Registration Link (which can be used ONLY by you and is not forwardable/transferable).
  8. Once you receive your Registration Link, as the Leader you will need to register yourself first. (Be sure to make note of your Confirmation Number!).
  9. Then, add all of your youth and chaperone information (only 100 names can be added per link, but the number of links you'll be given is unlimited!).  PLEASE ensure that each attendee's contact information is accurate.
  10. You can add, delete and modify any of the participants in your group using your unique confirmation number until registration closes on April 21st. Please adhere to the 10:1 youth/chaperone ratio – this event is for the kids!
  11. If you have questions or concerns please contact us at:

Yes, one adult group leader will be responsible for their group. Each group (Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, CAP, Boys and Girls Club, School Groups, ect.) will need to register their youth and chaperones through the online registration process.

Parents can be the group leader, but there should be ONLY one leader per group.  Please follow the chaperone/student ratio of 10:1.

Individual students must be a part of a group organized by an adult group leader.

Once pre-registration closes we invite you to organize a group for the next year.  Aviation Day is a very popular event and we have determined a maximum amount of students that can safely enjoy the day and fully participate in all the activities that are available.

We are sorry for the inconvenience.  Attendance is based on a first come, first serve basis.

Yes, you can drop off your child at the check-in facility in the large parking lot at the Alaska Airlines Flight Operations Training Center. The parking lot address is 2350 South 190th Street, SeaTac, Washington 98188.

You must escort your child through the check-in process.  Please remember that ALL students MUST be chaperoned and part of a organized group at the event.

If you need to pick up your child you'll need to contact your child's group leader or chaperone.  The ONLY place to pick up your child is at the check-in facility in the large parking lot at the Alaska Airlines Flight Operations Training Center. The parking lot address is 2350 South 190th Street, SeaTac, Washington 98188.

In a emergency you will need to contact your child's group leader or chaperone.  All students are required to be a part of a organized group and be chaperoned.  The group leader or chaperone will have the most direct contact with your child.

A lunch of sandwiches, soup, chips and water will be provided. Snacks will be offered as well. If you have special food requirements please plan to bring your own lunch that meets those requirements.