Fantastic weather, great food, friends, and lots of airplanes from across the state and beyond… what more could you want for the perfect fly-in? This year’s Planes & Pancakes in the Pines had a little of something for everyone. Thank you to everyone who attended! And a huge shout out of thanks to all the volunteers who made this year’s event an huge success.
Click HERE to see all of the photos from this year’s event.
This past Saturday, EAA Chapter 1044 participated in the Experimental Aircraft Association’s International Young Eagles Day.
Chapters from around the world offered youth from ages 8-17 the opportunity to experience to the wonders of aviation… and hopefully inspired a few. Our chapter and its pilots flew 20 local area youth on a short flight around the area. For many, this was their first flight in an aircraft of any type, large or small. All were excited to see their community from a new viewpoint… a couple thousand feet above. You can click HERE to see all the happy faces!
If you are interested in scheduling a ride for your child, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that beginning in February 2019 our monthly chapter meetings will be held on the third Saturday of the month. The social gathering and meeting times of 3:00 and 3:30 p.m. will remain the same.
We looking forward to seeing you at our next meeting on February 16.
Applications are now being accepted for the 2019 EAA Air Academy
Have you always wanted to know more about aviation and airplanes? Have you ever considered becoming a pilot, aircraft mechanic or engineer? When you hear an airplane, do you look up to the sky? Then you should attend the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Air Academy in Oshkosh, Wisconsin!
Camp Activities Include: Aircraft Construction (welding, sheet metal work, fabric covering & more) Ground School (fundamentals, aircraft systems, preflight, weather) Learn about aviation history Visit EAA AirVenture Museum Fly EAA’s flight simulators Watch flight demonstrations Experience the thrill of flight in both an airplane and helicopter! Attend AirVenture Convention (over 601,000 attended last year)!
Requirements for Advanced Camp:
Must be age 16-18 (as of July 2019) and reside in Heber-Overgaard area Completed a Young Eagles flight (we can arrange one for you) Available to attend camp from July 16-24, 2019 Application Deadline is: February 22, 2019
Scholarship Includes: Tuition Airfare (Phoenix—Appleton or Green Bay, WI) Shuttle (to camp from the airport and back again to the airport) Lodging/Meals (Air Academy Lodge)
Click HERE for more information and an application.