Blue Ridge EAA Chapter 1031

Winchester, VA (OKV)

EAA Chapter 1031 meeting minutes November 13th, 2019

By: Dave Ames

The November meeting was held at the Winchester Airport and started at 7:00 PM. The following members attended the meeting: Bob Metcalfe, Dave Ames, Kevin Cornwell, Tim Boan, John Munroe, Tom Parry, Bob Lein, John Ely, M “Zeke” Z...

Welcome to the Blue Ridge EAA Chapter 1031 Members Aircraft Page. Below, you will find pictures of the aircraft belonging to our members.

If you're a member and would like your aircraft included on the page, be sure to contact the webmaster or mention it at our next meeting.


Bob Metcalfe's Lus...

Items for Sale/Wanted

B&C Starter For Lycoming Engines (BCS206-149-12) Unused B&C starter for Lycoming engines (Model: BCS206-149-12) available for $500. More info can be found at https://bandc.com/product/lycoming-starter-homebuilt-2/

Piper Cub Club (Backseat Flyers) Membership available This plane is fun to fly and a real piece of aviation history. It's in great shape, well cared for, and very affordable to fly. Plane availability is quite good as well. Hangered at KOKV.

Airport/Flight Planning Resources

Planning your next trip? The following web sites provide detailed information about airport facilities, services and accomodations in the area. Click the web site link taken directly to the selected sites.

Virginia's Airports: Information database for Virgina airports with details concerning facilites, fuel availability and prices, location map, aerial photos, and local accomodations.

AirNav: Information database for United States airports similar format as above. Facilities description, fuel prices, accomodations and more.

SkyVector: SkyVector is a free online flight planner.

FAA Sectionals: FAA Provides georeferenced rasterized images of VFR charts to those who have a use for them.

Our Chapter had a Young Egales event at the Winchester Airport on August 18th. David Ames and his son handled the ground operations while John Munroe (RV-6) and Juergen Nies (Piper Pacer) flew the kids. These kids participated in the STEM program at the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum and have so...