Chapter 663 received its charter from the Experimental Aircraft Association on March 13, 1980. Located in Livermore, California, the Chapter is known as a "Builders Chapter" that is, with emphasis on the construction of homebuilt aircraft. As seen on our "Member Aircraft" page, many nationally recognized aircraft have been crafted by Chapter 663 members, with even more winning awards at the local level. Today, our membership numbers over 90 aviation enthusiasts.
How to Join EAA Chapter 663
Join the members of EAA 663! Chapter membership introduces you to a local community of enthusiasts and aviators who get together for breakfasts, fly-outs, meetings, and to help each other with their aviation activities. Dues are $30 per year. Contact our treasurer for membership information.
Our meetings begin at 7:00 pm on the first Thursday of each month in the Five Rivers Aviation conference room at the Livermore Airport. Everyone is welcome to attend! Meetings generally run from 7:30 pm to 9 - 9:30 pm, with a speaker or program for each meeting. Some members meet at a local restaurant after the meeting for pie.
NOTE: Due to Covid-19 restrictions, Chapter meetings will held online via ZOOM until further notice. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an invitation link.
Click HERE for a map to the Livermore Airport terminal where our meetings are held.
EAA Technical Counselors are experienced airplane builders who visit other EAA members while building an aircraft. The goal of the Technical Counselor Program is to help EAA members present a “zero defect” aircraft at its final inspection by the FAA. Chapter 663's Technical Counselors have been involved in the construction of over 40 homebuilt aircraft and include a FAA licensed mechanic/inspector.
The EAA Flight Advisor program helps with everything from finding pilot instruction to setting the tone and planning for the first first flight of a homebuilt aircraft. Chapter 663's Flight Advisor has participated in over 20 first flights.
Young Eagles Coordinator
Trina Anderson - YoungEagles@eaa663.org
Eagle flights Coordinator
John Youngblood - EagleFlights@eaa663.org