About EAA and Our Chapter

The Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) is a non-profit organization devoted to the history and development of sport aviation. EAA represents an association of people of all ages and backgrounds with a great diversity of talents and interests - aircraft designers and builders, aircraft enthusiasts, and those who wish to preserve a part of our aviation heritage by restoring antique and classic aircraft including many of our retired military planes.

The EAA is supported in local communities throughout the world by individual Chapters such as the Shenandoah EAA Chapter 1031 based in Winchester, Virginia. The mission of our local chapter is to provide charitable education in aeronautics, aviation and the sciences, engineering, mechanics and mathematics of aeronautics and aviation. Through the Young Eagles program we provide free introductory educational flights to youths, and we support adults with mentorship during their flight training. Additionally, we provide technical guidance and support for individuals restoring aircraft or building experimental aircraft through our Technical Counselor program.

Chapter 1031 meets the second Wednesday evening of every month at the Winchester Regional Airport (OKV). Check the Chapter calendar for alternate locations. These will be posted in the calendar and notification will be provided by email to all persons on our email distribution list.

Contact our Chapter president John Munroe jemunroe@gmail.com for more details regarding upcoming meeting.

Comments and suggestions are very welcome.