The Board of Directors of EAA Chapter 1114 meet periodically, together with the Chapter's Volunteers. The meetings begin with the open session, and all Chapter members are invited. Meetings may complete with a closed/deliberative session with just the Board, if needed.
Meetings are held at Cox Field at 6pm unless otherwise indicated. These are the currently-scheduled meetings:
The National EAA site tracks a large-number of aviation events. To search the events list, click here to go to the national site, and enter desired date range, location, and category.
Note: If you are a google user, you can include our Chapter calendar in your google calendars. On your google calendar page, click in the "Add calendar" box on the left margin, enter "email@example.com" in the box and hit enter. Select a color so that the entries stand out. The calendar will then show up under "other calendars". It's that easy!
These are topics and presentations being considered for meeting presentations for the year. If you have comments or suggested topics please let us know, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
>February Commercial Drone Operations by member Joshua Bailey, BaileyAero.com and Mauricio Castro, FlightSightAviation.com
>March Tom and Janet Malechuk, Guardian Aviation Story
Possible topics, what would you like to see?
->Kit Manufacturer Day, Just, Van's, Zenith?
->Two or more of our Members building aircraft presentations
->Fabricating, riveting, engine choice and installation, painting techniques specialists
->EAA Vintage Aircraft
->American St. Nick 75th Anniversary Edition, Author, Peter Lion, Seven Time Emmy winning Producer/Director
->Flying the F-86
->Operation Fly North Carolina, http://www.operationflync.com/
->Aviation Family Fund of Apex, aviationfamilyfund.org
These are possible destinations/events for the year - to be determined. If any of these interest you, let the organizers know and ask how you can help with the event!
These were the Fly/Drive-outs for the year. We had great participation, thanks!
Thanks for making this a great event1! #1 February 24: Tour Carolinas Aviation Museum at Charlotte Douglas
Meet at Cox at 9:15am to carpool, Leave Cox 9:30am, return by 7:00pm. Rental Van or Fly. Admission Adults $12, Students $8, Senior $10, Veterans $9.
Thanks for making this a great event1! #2 June 2: See DC-3 restoration at NC Transportation Museum in Spencer, NC. Also tour Museum (trains! cars!). Perhaps "adopt a component" to restore. Depart Cox 8:30am, return by 5:00pm. Fly or personal automobile. Admission $6, optional train ride $6.
Click here to sign up.
Thanks for making this a great event1! #3 September 29: Project Visit & Poker Run. Depart Cox in morning, return late afternoon. This is a driving-only event.
#4 Event-in-reserve: Mass Fly-Out to Pik-n-Pig
#5 Non-EAA 1114 Event discussed this morning: Zhengzhou Airshow, April 27-May1. Contact Dave Kerr if interested.
** None of this information suitable or safe for navigational or other use by pilots, equestrians, or aliens. May contain inaccuracies, and mistakes. Use only as a guide. Perform appropriate planning per regs. Verify any info from this list before travel. Events may be cancelled/changed without notification. Not responsible for nothing. If problems, it’s Don Koch’s fault. Please let Burkhead know of any updates/corrections or events not listed and we’ll do our best to address it. Safe Flying. ** Last update=9-14-17
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If you hear when Ball/LouisburgNC is having theirs let us know. It's close and a great one for families. And yahoos. Bluegrass, camping, food, YE.
Also in fall (Nov) Bill Hood Fly-In Chili Fest; 66NC grass rwys 10/28, Near Dover, SW of Kinston; huge country shindig; potluck. 76mi, 117 deg fm Cox