Wednesday May 9 - 7:00 PM
Lower Pilot Lounge at Skylark Airport
Topic to be announced
Young Eagles Flights
Saturday May 5 10:00 AM - Noon
Wind is a bit fast right now, but it is expected to
decrease later in the morning, so we will be flying today.
We will be providing free introductory flights to kids 8-17 years
In order for us to have enough pilots available, please send an
email to email@example.com to let us know that you will be
attending, and how many people will be flying.
For more information on the program, visit our web page www.eaa1310.org/ye
A parent or legal guardian
must fill out a registration form for each person flying. If they
won't be present at the event, please visit the above page. Print
and fill out the registration form, and bring it with you.
Seminar - Fly By Night
Saturday May 12 10:00 AM - Noon
Coffee & Donuts at 9:30. Seminar begins at 10
Flying after dark in light aircraft comes with real
trade-offs. Smooth air, better performance, and stunning views
are great—but they’re offset by trickier landings, invisible
terrain, and limited emergency options. This event
covers the key to staying safe after sundown.
Along the way, we cover:
Requirements for pilots and aircraft
Unique flight planning
Why all nights are not created equal
Things that can take you by surprise
Please register in advance at FAASafety.gov
2018 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 being upgraded,
and is not available at this time
- The Calendar page has
been updated with 2018 events
- Our March newsletter is
- Minutes from the February meeting are posted below.
- We've started a Facebook page. Visit us at eaa1310
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
Join EAA Chapter 1310 Sign up
now to participate in our educational programs and social events.
Chapter Hangar / Workshop Fund
to help us create a facility for our educational programs.