Experimental Aircraft Association chapter 430 is located in Clallam County, Washington, which is on the northern edge of the Olympic Peninsula, about 50 miles northwest of Seattle. We are a volunteer group of aviation enthusiasts who are bound together by our enjoyment of and commitment to aviation. The chapter officers are listed on the Board of Directors page.
We have monthly meetings at Sequim Valley airport that are open to all, and include a pot luck meal (during warm weather months) or coffee and cookies (cold weather months). Programs include updates on member activities and projects, and an educational presentation. We also have a community service program, including Young Eagles flights to introduce young people to general aviation. Please see our calendar page for details. We also support young people through our Scholarship program.
Look for the EAA signs as you get to the airport parking lot that will direct you to the meeting location in the long hangar building. We welcome pilots flying in. Whether you fly or drive, please plan to park far enough away from the pavement adjacent to the hangars that aircraft can taxi up and down the row of hangars (about 20 feet into the grassy parking area).