The Green Mountain Flyers - Chapter 968 of the Experimental Aircraft Association is dedicated to promoting general aviation, supporting aircraft restoration and experimental aircraft construction.
Weather forecast for the 13th is good as of July 12th evening. Might be some early fog but after that a nice summer day.
Free airplane rides for kids 8-17! Our next YE event will be on Saturday, July 13, with registration from 9:00 a.m. to noon at Rutland-Southern Vermont Regional Airport (1002 Airport Road, North Clarendon, VT 05759). Parent or guardian must be present.
For more information, and to receive event and meeting announcements, please send your name and e-mail address to the chapter secretary at: EAA968@vermontel.net
Information about EAA's Young Eagles program on sidebar.
Later this season...
Our Premier Upcoming Event for the season
This year is the 75th Anniversary year of D-Day and we will be hosting a tour stop for EAA's WW-II bomber Aluminum Overcast on September 20-22. At this event we will offer rides and ground tours.
We will also host Young Eagle flights as well as Eagle flights for adults.
For more info, https://www.eaa.org/shop/Flights/B17.aspx
And back to our normal summer schedule
These monthly meetings' purpose is to promote proficiency and safety while flying. We join together to create a community of pilots, spouses and enthusiasts interested in sharing information, providing recognition, and building proficiency while promoting safety in flying. VMC and IMC Club chapters offer monthly meetings in which we can network and share knowledge and experience.
These meetings are a scenario-based group discussion where we all provide thought and opinions as to how we would approach a situation. What we take away from each meeting is a more open mind as to how others might react, offering each person a greater thought pattern which may allow us a better chance of making our best decision in a time of need.
These meetings are generally held on the 2nd and 3rd Wednesday of each month. Check our calendar for schedule.
On the second Saturday of October we will host our annual Fly in breakfast