EAA is a growing and diverse international organization with a wide range of aviation interests. Originally founded in 1953 by a group of people involved in building their own airplanes, through the years it has transformed into a wide group interested in everything aviation.
EAA Chapter 187 is a tight group of folks located in the Greater Austin Metro Area interested in building custom aircraft, flying, aviation, and beyond. We come from a great range of backgrounds, but share a common passion for the skies. We have regular scheduled meetings and events. We engage other events in the area, helping represent EAA and Experimental Aviation. We hold regular Young Eagles rallies, allowing kids age 8-17 to experience their first flights in a small airplane.
Want to find out more? Come join us at one of our regular meetings and introduce yourself. You will find that our members are open, friendly, and have a great deal of interesting things to talk about. Interested in building your airplane? You're in the right spot! We have builders assistance, tools loan programs, first flight assistance and counceling, and much more.
Saturday, December 13, 2014 Meeting: hangar hop and picnic!
In December, we will ditch the Library for crisp Georgetown winter air - and have ourselves a hangar hop and a picnic! All our 2014 Speakers are invited!
First, we will meet at Dan Badwey's Hangar C-5 (see map) at 10:00 AM for some true Hangar Flying, and then relocate to the picnic tables near the Terminal at around 11:45 AM.
Here's a handy map (click for larger version):
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