Welcome to EAA Chapter 1114!

Congratulations! You have arrived at one of the largest and most active Experimental Aircraft Association chapters in the southeastern USA.
These are our upcoming events. Come join us!
VMC Club meeting, via Zoom web conf - Weds 2/21/2024, 7pm Social hour/Builder Chat and Movie, Cox Field - Fri 3/1/2024, 6pm, Movie - TBA - 7pm IMC Club meeting, via Zoom web conf - Weds 3/13/2024, 7pm Chapter planning and BOD meeting, please join us, 3/14/2024, 6pm, Cox Field Regular Chapter meeting and world-famous breakfast, 8am, Cox Field, Saturday 3/16/2024 8am Young Eagles Rally Sat 4/27/2024, Raleigh Exec Jetport (KTTA), see Young Eagles page
 

EAA1114 is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization that offers something for every aviation interest in central North Carolina: homebuilding, vintage, warbirds, ultralights, fly-ins, fly-outs, workshops, aviation history and good old hangar flying. 

*new* -- Our next builder chat and movie is 3/1 at 6 PM -- Please join us for this low-key evening social hour/builder chat, followed by an aviation-themed movie at 7 PM.

*new* -- Our next regular/breakfast meeting is 3/16 at 8 AM -- Come join us for the monthly breakfast meeting. Kent Misegades will discuss aftermarket products his new company is creating.

December 12, Our hearts go out to the family of Bobby Cox, our founder and benefactor, who passed away on Dec 12. Bobby was an iconic figure in business and aviation in Apex, North Carolina, North America, the Western Hemisphere, and several other parts of the world. The stories are engaging and endless. Bobby lived the equivalent of multiple lives, and he was amazingly generous to share his adventures with us. We are forever grateful. May God bless and keep his family close, and may his memory be eternal. Obituary is available here.

Service is planned for Thursday, December 21st. Apex Baptist Church, 110 South Salem Street, Apex, N. C. 27502. Visitation at 1:00. Service at 2:00. For those who are unable to be at the funeral, this is a link to a live stream of the service: https://boxcast.tv/view/bobby-cox-memorial-liobskteitno6t35oode

We are honored that the Bandits Flight Team are scheduled to overfly with a Missing Man formation salute at about 3:45 at the graveside service.

August regular/breakfast meeting -- Thanks so much to friend-of-the-Chapter Tim Haley of the Greensboro FAASTeam for joining us. The aircraft maintenance-related presentation was well received. And thanks to the breakfast crew and other volunteers for setting up, providing breakfast, and tearing down. Volunteers make our wonderful organization function.

July regular/breakfast meeting -- Thanks so much to Iris Yang for a wonderful presentation on the Flying Tigers, and for sharing her inspiration for writing three fictionalized books on the topic, as well as her personal story on living in and leaving China during a dark time in history.

Thanks to all the pilots and other volunteers who made the YE event at KTTA on 6/3 a success -- Saturday was a beautiful day for aviation, and our YE event flew over a hundred kids! 

We're returning to breakfast at 8am -- During the winter as we returned to more consistent in-person meetings for our "regular" meeting on the third Saturday of each month, we were meeting a little later. With spring here, and with more organized programs, it's time to get back to earlier meetings. Breakfast will be served at 8am, and the meeting program with start around 9am. Please join us!

For those at the meeting who were asking about joining the Chapter -> please see the details on the Join Us page.

In recent years, the Chapter has had several successful Ray Aviation scholarship student candidates complete various pilot training. We plan to continue to support and expand this effort. Your tax-deductible contribution can help make that possible. Email scholarship@eaa1114.org for more info. 

IMC/VMC Club will meet via Zoom until further notice - See the FAAST site for scheduled meetings.

Guests are always welcome. Come join us for one of our meetings. See our DIRECTIONS page to find us by plane or car. The CALENDAR page provides a list of upcoming chapter and area events. Have any questions? See CONTACT US.

EAA Chapter 1114 has one of the world's leading Young Eagles programs With over 17,000 kids flown! We have numerous nationally recognized coordinators and volunteers. For details on upcoming rallies, see our YOUNG EAGLES page.

Why wait and miss all the fun? Become a member of EAA1114.

We look forward to seeing you at our next event!

 

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