Welcome to Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 35

http://eaa35.org/sites/eaa35.org/files/ms-icon-310x310.pngWhether you fly, build, restore or simply enjoy airplanes and aviation, you are welcome to attend our events and join our chapter. We are a group of aviation enthusiasts, aircraft builders, and pilots who get together with like minded people to share ideas, exchange information, encourage safety, serve the local aviation community and have a lot of fun doing so. Please come to our next meeting or event as our guest.

We have our own clubhouse with full kitchen and two restrooms. The clubhouse seats up to 80 people. Facilities include an outdoor patio with large concrete grill pad for cooking up some great food and six large picnic tables too! The chapter building is available for rental to members at a very reasonable price. Contact Freda Jones, Facilities Chairperson, for details & dates available, 210-570-9435 .

Our Chapter Hangar is full of useful tools & machinery for members use. For more information on joining our chapter, please contact our Membership Chairman, Ron O'Dea at r2av8r@gmail.com or 210-488-5088. Chapter dues are only $24 per year.

Upcoming Events

Event Date Event
Feb 08 EAA Chapter 35 Monthly Gathering
Saturday, February 8, 2020 - 11:00 to 14:00
Feb 21 VMC Club Meeting
Friday, February 21, 2020 - 18:00 to 19:30
Mar 14 EAA Chapter 35 Monthly Gathering
Saturday, March 14, 2020 - 11:30 to 14:00
Mar 20 VMC Club Meeting
Friday, March 20, 2020 - 18:00 to 19:30
Apr 11 EAA Chapter 35 Fly-In and Texas Breakfast!
Saturday, April 11, 2020 - 09:00 to 14:00

President's Cockpit - February 2018

In this installment: Board of Director's meeting and decisions, a new Master Pilot among us, kudos for another stellar meal, a very cool presentation on the CommuterCraft Innovator kit aircraft, a possible visit by Lancair, a new program at HQ to match wayward builds with enthusiastic chapters, support from the Dee Howard Foundation, and a call for volunteers! Read on!

Holiday Meal Special Statement

Executive Summary: It's Steve's fault.  (it really is)  Read on!

When we started this journey, Darren Medlin and I were charged with infusing a little excitement into Chapter 35.  We were encouraged to try new things and shake things up a bit.  We experimented.  Some things worked, some things didn’t.  I did this again for the Holiday Banquet, encouraging your Facility Manager to: