Seattle Registration

Registration for Aviation Day 2022 is now closed.

Registration for Alaska Airlines Aviation Day will be conducted through one of the organizations listed below. All students must be chaperoned. If you are a member of one of these groups, please contact them to reserve your place at Alaska Airlines Aviation Day! This event is for youth ages 13 to 18. 

SEA Registration is closed for 2022

Previous Attendees and Scouts BSA

Groups that have attended in the past have been sent an email from Special.Events@alaskaair.com. Please use the link in that email to register. 

 New Attendees

Please tell us about your group by filling out the requested information at this link.  Once approved, you will receive an email from “Seattle Aviation Day” and can begin to register your students. Please allow up to 48 hours for approval.

Requirements for All Groups 

Youth-to-Adult Ratio: In order to accommodate as many youths as possible, your group must maintain a 5:1 youth-to-chaperone ratio. All adults must be registered for security purposes. Thank you for your adherence to this request.

 Permission Slip: A confirmation email that contains a permission slip will be sent to each attendee. This is the ticket for entry to Aviation Day. Please print this form, have a parent or legal guardian sign and bring it to the event. This permission form is required for entry. 

Organizations

  • AAG Youth Groups
  • Air Force Jr. ROTC
  • Auburn School District
  • Big Brothers Big Sisters of Puget Sound
  • Boeing Youth Group
  • Boys and Girls Clubs – King County
  • Boys and Girls Clubs – Skagit County
  • Boys and Girls Clubs – Snohomish County
  • Boys and Girls Clubs – Whatcom County
  • Bricks and Beyond
  • Central Kitsap School District
  • Civil Air Patrol
  • Community for Youth
  • Discover U
  • Eagles Aviation Camp-Native American Youth
  • Enumclaw Robotics Club
  • Enumclaw Schools Foundation
  • Federal Way Public Academy
  • Future of Flight Foundation
  • Girl Scouts of Western Washington
  • Highline School District
  • iUrban Teen Aviation Tech
  • Jane Adams Middle School-Science Club
  • Lincoln High School STEM Club
  • Making Connections
  • Michael P. Anderson Foundation
  • Matt Griffin YMCA-9thgrade youth program
  • Mount Vernon School District’s Highly Capable Kids (Ms. Laura Schonberg’s classes)
  • Ninety-Nines Youth Group
  • North Middle School’s STEM Classes (Mr. Wilmott)
  • Pacific West Aerospace Academy/Tuskegee Airmen
  • Port of Seattle Youth Group
  • Puyallup School District
  • Raisbeck Aviation High School-ACE Club
  • Red Tailed Hawks-Black Pilots of America
  • Renton School District
  • School’s Out Washington
  • Scouts BSA – Chief Seattle Council
  • Scouts BSA – Mt. Baker Council
  • Scouts BSA – Pacific Harbors Council
  • Scouts BSA – Other Councils
  • SEATAC United*
  • Seattle Girls School
  • Seattle Housing Authority K-12 Team
  • State of Washington Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction, Career & Technical Education
  • STEM Pals
  • Summer Learning of Tacoma/Pierce Country
  • The Seattle Foundation
  • TAF Academy
  • TAG Northwest
  • Technology Access Foundation
  • TechBridge*
  • TechBridge – Girls STEM Club in Highline
  • TeenFlight Puyallup
  • Tahoma High School
  • Upward Bound
  • Washington Aerospace Scholars
  • Washington First Robotics Club
  • Washington STEM*
  • Washington State STEM Education Foundation
  • White River High School – STEM
  • Women in Aviation International Youth Group
  • Young Amelias – Museum of Flight

If not affiliated with any of these groups, an adult leader can register their own unique group through this website.

 This program is not an open house or airshow. All students and adults who wish to attend must pre-register with their sponsored youth group. There are restrictions on the number of adults attending with a group. Contact your sponsored youth group to register.