EAA Chapter 106

Welcoming pilots & aviation enthusiasts from throughout New England

NorthEast Experimental Fly-In


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This FREE annual (since 2004) event showcasing Experimental / Amateur-Built Aircraft
(also called "homebuilt"), also offers many seminars for pilots, builders, and just for interest.

            Sat, July 9, 2022 - with a rain date of Sun, July 10

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The NorthEast Experimental Fly-In with Seminars is hosted annually by EAA Chapter 106

WHERE: EAA Chapter 106's hangars and ramp area on the north side of the Lawrence Municipal Airport (LWM)
              See below for Directions/Maps
              Use 400 Holt Rd, No Andover, MA for driving GPS to get close to Gate 4 (right at stop, then gate on left)

This FREE event (but come hungry to help support our expenses) offers you the opportunity to:
1)  See experimental aircraft (also known as homebuilt from a kit or plans) which are built under the FAA category of Experimental / Amateur-Built or E/A-B).
     Learn more 
2)  Attend/participate in several free seminars and workshops. These may include hands-on how to build an aircraft, aviation safety, and many other topics.
     List of past seminars 


This event only happens through the help of volunteers.
Please sign up to   EAA   < click

Do you fly an E/A-B? Please put it on display to help inspire others to build!
One PIC per homebuilt aircraft on display will receive meals at 1/2 off.


Four of our six 2022 seminars will be FAA WINGS qualified and the links will be provided on this website soon.


2022 Flyer:                         2022 Seminars (schedule/location)       2022 Food Pricing
EAA     EAA   EAA


2022 SEMINARS:

 SCHEDULE
FAA WINGS
 SEMINAR SPEAKER
 0930 - 10:45
  Expect Turbulence - My Real-Life Experience Learning to Fly Keith
Young
 0930 - 10:45
YES Prop Balancing Your E-A/B Aircraft & using the chapter tool
Joel
Ventura
 1100 - 12:15
YES Flying into Oshkosh and the new 2022 AirVenture NOTAM 
Mike
Smith
 1100 - 12:15 YES Selecting Avionics for Certified
or Experimental Aircraft

Glen
Bergeron
 1300 -
1415
  Residential Airparks – Selection considerations for Living the Dream
Penny Bowman
 1300 -
1500
YES Basic Metal Aircraft Building – a hands-on workshop

Bob
Di Meo


For pictures of prior events, click this photo:
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Above: RV-8, a 2-place, kit-built, aerobatic aircraft. 

You, too, can BUILD YOUR OWN PLANE!

MAP & DIRECTIONS:
Map if coming from I-95 via rt-133, then rt-125
Map if coming from I-93 from NH




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