Friday night, 2/12/21 was a night of fun and celebration for EAA863 as we celebrated the 35th birthday of our chapter. On February 13, 1986, a group of Lebanon locals held their first chapter meeting and signed the charter forming, chapter 863.Continue reading “A night of fun; EAA863 turns 35”
by Will Rondeau – the 360- En-COMPASSS-ing General Aviation Safety
EAA863 has a strong emphasis on learning. Indeed, a good pilot is always learning. Join EAA863’s own Will Rondeau as he explains aircraft systems.Continue reading “Aircraft Systems: Which one is the most important?”
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of a longtime general aviation supporter, Paul M Bridges. Mr. Bridges was very instrumental in the saving and further development of Lewis County Airport, (0M3).Continue reading “Passing of Paul Bridges”
Have you ever wondered what happens to an airplane when it gets recycled? What is the life cycle for a normal airliner? What stays and what goes? Who makes those decisions?
Check out this article from CNN on Recycling an airplane
We hope that you have a great New Year in 2021 and wish you lots of blue skies and safe flying! We cannot wait to see you all when we get back together.