Young Eagles
Fuel Rebate

Phillips 66® Aviation is committed to spreading awareness and excitement about general aviation to the youth of America. As a proud supporter of the EAA and the Young Eagles program, we continue to provide a $1-per-gallon avgas rebate to all EAA Young Eagles volunteer pilots. Over 4,000 pilots have used Phillips 66 avgas to introduce more than 350,000 kids to the wonders of flight. As a result of the avgas rebate, Phillips 66 has helped the Young Eagles program achieve its original goal of one million flights.


EAA Young Eagles volunteer pilots get a $2/gallon rebate on all avgas purchases

When you use your new Personal Credit Card, Young Eagles volunteer pilots will receive a $2/gallon rebate. This offer is only available now until 12/31/2014, so click here to get your rebate form today!


Volunteer pilot must be a licensed pilot.

  • Volunteer pilot must be a member of EAA.
  • Phillips 66 Aviation Personal Card must be used. Click here to apply.
  • The avgas must be purchased at a Phillips 66 FBO.
  • The $1-per-gallon rebate applies only to Phillips 66 Aviation avgas. (It does not include jet fuel, motor fuel, or other fuel brands.) LIMITED TIME OFFER: $2-per-gallon offer valid 9/1/2014-12/31/2014.
  • Volunteer pilot must provide a receipt or a copy of the receipt and complete the Young Eagles rebate submission form.
  • The $1-per-gallon rebate will be applied to your Phillips 66 Aviation Personal Card balance within 2-3 cycles of receipt of your completed form. LIMITED TIME OFFER: $2-per-gallon offer valid 9/1/2014-12/31/2014.
  • The Young Eagles flight can take place at any time during the calendar year.
  • Receipts must be submitted within 12 months of receipt date.

Click here to download and print the Young Eagles Fuel Rebate submission form. This claim form is an Adobe Acrobat PDF file. Click the button below to get Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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For questions regarding the Young Eagles program contact us at 1-(800)-234-6603.
The Young Eagles rebate program is sponsored by Phillips 66 Aviation.

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