EAA Chapter 96
I hope that you are all doing well during these difficult times. Although we cannot meet this month as a group in the hangar, I would like to feed our common aviation interests with a video conference as the general meeting on October 10th at 11:00 AM.
If you would like to join this meeting via Webex, and have not previously replied, please send an email of your interest to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those that reply to me will receive a personal invitation and instructions. No prior experience is required and I will provide additional help to anyone that would like it.
Please note that a telephone dial in is also available for those that may not have a computer connection available.
We are the L.A.South Bay chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association with members based at the Compton, Torrance, Hawthorne and Long Beach airports. We get together the second Saturday of the month at the Chapter 96 Hangar at Compton Airport at 11:00AM. Starting in February 2020, we will meet the SECOND Saturday of the month at 11:00AM The address is 1017 W. Alondra Blvd., between Wilmington Ave and Central Ave. Select “EAA Hangar Location” at right for directions. EAA96 has been an active chapter for over 50 years, and as always, we love to have visitors at our meetings! EAA 96 is a non-profit IRS category 501(c)(3) organization and donations may be tax deductible. We gladly accept donations of projects, completed aircraft, tools and most anything aircraft. Monetary donations are also welcome. Donate EAA South Bay Chapter 96, Inc. is incorporated as a domestic nonprofit corporation in the State of California, and is run under the rules of our bylaws.
If you are considering learning how to fly, building your own plane or just looking for some fun people to talk to about flying, please come to our next meeting which happens on the third Saturday of each month. EAA Hangar Location
We have quite a variety of aircraft that are being built in our hangar. There is an RV-8 project (NOW FLYING!!!!), a BD-4, a Thorpe T211 and a Starduster 2 that are all in various stages of construction, and of course Barnaby’s Facetmobile. We also have a Glastar which is flying. Come on by and see them!