Saturday March 9 - 10:00 AM - Noon
ADS-B and the Birds and the Bees!
Everyone is welcome to addend.
Qualifies for FAA WINGS Master Knowledge Topic 2 Credit
Please register in advance at FAASafety.gov
We will have a quick update on
ADS-B, and then a guided discussion on the upcoming spring
It may not seem like it, but
spring is right around the corner! (at least this is what we
keep telling ourselves as we shovel the white stuff on the
These upcoming months are the time of the year
where we are all so excited to finally get that plane out
of the hangar and get out flying! Maybe take that
flying trip we have been thinking about all
Statistically for our area, this is also the time of the year
that flight instructors have learned to call "silly
season". Every spring in New England, we suddenly
see a dramatic increase in airplanes exiting runways
and going on exciting and unplanned off-roading adventures, or
bounced landings where pilots get their landing currency "all
at once". Airplanes get bent, and pilot's hearts get
Please join us as we discuss and share our experiences for
the upcoming spring flying season...from birds,
bees, and wildlife challenges...to thunderstorms, gusty
winds, and "rusty"pilots!
Donuts and Coffee at 9:00am!
Membership renewals are now due
Pancake Breakfast - Saturday March 23 8:30 - 11:00 AM
Enjoy our hot pancakes with Hurricane Sauce, sausages, and
Scrambled Eggs. Fruit cup, milk, coffee and tea too.
All you can eat for a $6.00 donation.
2019 Membership Renewals
Renew your chapter membership through the online store, or mail a
check payable to EAA Chapter 1310 to the address at the bottom
of this page. We'll get your membership card back to you.
Renew for three years for $60. Save $15.
Thanks go out to all the members who have already renewed.
Check the Calendar
page for additional events.
New chapter logo T-shirts, sweatshirts and hats are in,
and will be available at our next meeting and event.
Our online store is back in
business. Clothing items and memberships can be purchased there.
- Photos of Gil Midford's RV-7A move
- Our March newsletter is
- Minutes from the January meeting are posted below.
Minutes from our last meeting
Our chapter is committed to providing
education and support for the homebuilding, restoration and design
of recreational aircraft. We provide resources for aviation safety
and encouragement for learning to fly.
New members and visitors are always
welcome. For more information on the chapter please contact
the chapter officers through any method below, or stop by at the
April through October on the 2nd
Wednesday of the month 7-9 PM.
November through March on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 10 AM.
There is usually no meeting in December.
To join EAA Chapter 1310, click on
the link at the right to order a membership, and we'll get our
welcome package to you.
We can be contacted through mail,
electronic mail, telephone.
54 Wells Road, Broad Brook, CT 06016-9612
Jack Hilditch - Chapter President - (860) 281-1310
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Chapter Hangar / Workshop Fund
to help us create a facility for our educational programs.