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Serving the Clallam County Flying Community

since November 17, 1973

46 years young

and growing

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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

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Donations and Dues can be paid via PayPal 

 

Chapter Meeting Last Saturday of the Month 1/26

Presentation “Weather or Not” by:

Arleen Prochazka, will be discussing the convergence zone in the area, weather apps and general experiences. Arleen grew up in Roundup, Montana.  She enlisted in the Air Force in 1987 and retired in 2011 as a Senior Master Sergeant.  She spent those 24 years in the weather career field as an observer, forecaster, and superintendent.  She had state side assignments in New York, Colorado, and Washington. She retired from McChord Air Force Base.  She had three assignments to Alaska, overseas assignments to Korea and Germany, and deployments to Turkey, Qatar, Iraq, and Afghanistan. She is married to Shawn Prochazka, who is also a veteran Air Force Weather Forecaster. They have been full time RVers for over seven years exploring their own country.  

VMC Club Meeting Wednesday February 13th, 2019 at the  Mariner’s Cafe 1900-2000

If you have questions call us.

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

The Chapter is still looking for a person familiar with WORD documents to edit pages on our web site.  Read the description of what is needed:  Job description.  Contact ww@eaa430.org

Upcoming events to mark on your calendar.

January

  • 18th BOD meeting
  • 26th Chapter Meeting

February 

  • 13th VMC Club
  • 15th BOD meeting
  • 23-24 Northwest Aviation Trade Show 

ATTENTION.  Subject Blue Ribbon Runway winter condition:

The eastern 600 ft of runway 28 is extremely wet and soft from all the rain and poor drainage. We consider it unusable at this point. The remaining 1300 ft west is ok to use at pilots discretion but call or check the Blue Ribbon Farms website for a current update. We expect this condition to persist through the winter. We are evaluating options to correct the problem. One possible plan is to regrade, bring in new soil adding a crown with about a 2 degree slope for drainage and reseed later this spring.

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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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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