Welcome to EAA Chapter 430
Serving the Clallam County Flying Community since 1972
Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 430 is a group of aviation enthusiasts located in Clallam County, Washington and surrounding areas, about 50 miles northwest of Seattle, on the northern Olympic Peninsula.
We are dedicated to having fun with aircraft.
FLYING START PROGRAM
We had nine people attend our first Flying Start program on May 28, 2022 at CLM conference room. Dave Woodcock presented a very entertaining PowerPoint with comments from others in the room. Cecilia Aragon gave a great discussion concerning her personal experience, and flight instruction and aerobatic flight. Dave discussed multiple types of personal aviation, and the afternoon ended with a aircraft review on the ramp. The weather did not provide for an Eagle flight, which will be scheduled for the future
Thank you to Madeline Patterson for building an EAA 430 sign and Rick and Jim Bess for the EAA 430 chair build. The sign and chair traveled 1400+ miles by truck to be at OSK.
Pave the Way to the future project.
Purchase your memorial paver today.
A new page has been added with FAA Basic Medical Information
Have you checked the BOD Business Pages? Board minutes, financial reports and the ability to request a PICTURE DIRECTORY. Put a face with the name.
North to Alaska Adventure Story
Flying Start Program
The Flying Start Program will take place on May 28, 2022 at 1:00 p.m. in the KCLM (William R. Fairchild Airport) conference room.
The upcoming EAA’ Flying Start program allows EAA chapters to welcome and encourage new aviation enthusiasts to the fun, freedom, and accessibility of personal aviation. The program consists of an EAA-prepared PowerPoint presentation and video that provide the attendees with information about learning to fly. EAA 430 will customized the PowerPoint presentation with information about our chapter and flight training resources with prices in this area which you will provide. The presentation concludes with a free 20-30 minute introduction EAA Eagle Flight for each attendee provided by EAA 430 pilots.
The goal of the Flying Start program is to provide interested adults a pathway to flight training and involvement with our local EAA chapter.