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Welcome to EAA 430!    

                        

Serving the Clallam County Flying Community since 1973                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Greetings….

The location for our PAVE THE WAY TO THE FUTURE Project.

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.

 

 

 

ATTENTION ALL 430 EAA MEMBERS
In light of recent announcements concerning the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic, the leadership of our organization has reluctantly concluded that formal meetings within the EAA should be placed on hold.
 
Admittedly, there are situations where a local meeting would present no danger of contagion whatsoever.
Consideration is for our members as a part of the more at risk group of infection than the general population.
As we approach the end of April for the gathering on the 25th, the leadership will be taking another look at further recommendations.
Any questions you might have about a particular situation may be addressed to us by sending an email to Ken Brown president@eaa430.org
Ken
 
April 28, 2020  Update:Based on the latest announcement from Washington Governor Jay Inslee  our state will be on a rolling OPEN FOR BUSINESS PLAN.  Until we get a “CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF” all EAA 430 activities in May are CANCELLED.  If we get an all clear for any of our activities we will revisit this decision.
 
We are pleased to announce that EAA Chapter 430     
has achieved the Gold Chapter Recognition level!  

This program was created to recognize chapters that have demonstrated outstanding commitment to general aviation. Developed in partnership with EAA’s Chapter Advisory Council, it’s based on 10 criteria that are consistently found in active and engaged chapters. Each is worth a point, and there are three levels of recognition: bronze (7 out of 10), silver (8 out of 10), and gold (at least 9 out of 10).
1) Attended a chapter leadership training session
2) Growing or steady membership
3) Offers IMC or VMC club programs
4) Participates in Young Eagles or Flying Start programs
5) Has an EAA-approved flight advisor or technical counselor
6) Participates in EAA’s annual chapter member survey
7) Reads EAA ChapterGram regularly
8) Requested EAA promotional materials or ChapterBlast email
9) Hosts at least two public events each year
10) Owns/leases a facility
 
The current score for our EAA chapter is 10 out of 10. Thank you to all of our members that helped us achieve this goal!
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Flying Start Program

The Flying Start Program will be May 16, 2020 at Port Angeles William R Fairchild Airport (KCLM) 1000-1600 at the Terminal Meeting 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.

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As our organization continues to grow there is an ongoing need for people to fill vacancies.  If you would like to serve the chapter as a volunteer please contact us for a complete list of opportunities.


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.  


 

Donations can be made and Dues can be paid via PayPal Click here  

If you have questions call us.

877-EAA-0430 (877-322-0430)

Non Members can get our newsletter and chapter notifications.  Visit our Newsletter request pageClick here for the form

 

Visit our DOWNLOADS page for a list of WA Airports and the restaurants on or near the airport.

    Show your team spirit!  New EAA 430 Logo Apparel can be ordered online here

CHECKLIST:  WHY APOA OPPOSES ATC “PRIVATIZATION’ Click here for your checklist (pdf)

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EAA 430 Facebook Page

Young Eagles Facebook Page

 

 

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CHAPTER 430 of the EXPERIMENTAL AIRCRAFT ASSOCIATION  is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt Non-Profit organization. EIN 26-4547345 

Serving the Clallam County Flying Community since November 17, 1973