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Welcome to the EAA Chapter 908 located at Treasure Coast International Airport in Sunny Ft. Pierce, Florida!
Although EAA stands for the Experimental Aircraft Association... most of our pilot members own Pipers, Cessnas or Grummans and we would love more builders!
Do you own a plane?
Are you a pilot who doesn't own a plane?
Are you simply interested in Aviation?
Did you used to fly but no longer do?
Do you want to learn about Aviation?
Do you just want to talk about aviation with a group of like minded individuals?
Our Chapter club house, hangar and tie down area are located on the grounds of the Treasure Coast International Airport. We meet monthly at 10am on the third Saturday of each month, except December when we usually have a holiday dinner feast. We also sometimes have a safety meeting for "AOPA Wings" credit prior to some meetings as well. Usually every Saturday many just show up to the club house for a cup of coffee and camaraderie, to talk airplanes, and or work on a members plane when an extra hand is needed.Please join us in our newly dedicated Richard Creighton Club house.
All are welcome to show up for a chapter meeting to see if we are that group of crazy, flying folks you've been looking for!
As for what else we do that is fun... We usually have monthly Saturday morning breakfast fly outs... Don't have a plane? There are always extra seats available! Please check out our events page , which we attempt to keep current! Join us for that what we jokingly call the $100 hamburger or in this case Omelet! We venture to other airports that have awesome food in central Florida. We sponsor 2 Young Eagle events every year where local youth are invited to come out for a Discovery Flight. We always need help with registration, organizing, and guiding those that attend around, on top of pilots to volunteer them selves and their aircraft.