EAA Chapter 1044 is based at Mogollon Airpark (AZ82) located in the magnificent White Mountains of Eastern Arizona in Overgaard at approximately 6650′ msl. The Chapter has a very active homebuilder community with about a dozen aircraft in various stages of construction or refurbishment… everything from Experimental Super Cubs to Bearhawks to RVs to Rans.
The Chapter schedules frequent breakfast fly-outs to nearby airports and several extended trips throughout the year. Events, including monthly Chapter meetings, can be found on the Events Calendar page on this Web site. The Chapter’s premiere event is its Annual Pancake Breakfast & Fly-In held each year in July. As always, everyone is invited and welcome to attend any of our meetings, fly-outs or events.
- To promote, encourage and facilitate recreational aviation activities that provide educational opportunities.
- To cooperate with and assist governmental agencies in the development of programs relating to aviation activities.
- To promote and encourage aviation safety in the design, construction, and operation of all types of aircraft.
- To encourage and engage in research for the improvement and better understanding of aviation and the science of aeronautics.
- To foster, promote, and encourage grass roots efforts relating to aviation research and development.
- To foster closer fellowship among its members through exchange of ideas of mutual interest.
- To promote, encourage, and foster an environment that celebrates and nurtures the participation of families and the spirit of volunteerism within the world of recreational aviation.
- To operate as a local Chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association, Inc. (The “EAA”), to cooperate with the EAA and to further the goals and purposes of the Association within the geographic area served by the corporation and to comply in all respects with the policies and procedures of the EAA as that Association might establish for its Chapters at any time and from time to time.
EAA Chapter 1044, Inc. does not and shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities. These activities include, but are not limited to selection of volunteers, vendors, and provision of services. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our community to include the planning committee, volunteers, vendors, pilot and crew entrants, and youth scholarship applicants.