EAA CHAPTER 124
Santa Rosa California
Chapter 124 of the Experimental Aircraft Association, Founded in 1962
Home of the Famous CAFE Foundation
Join us for our Chapter Meeting, dinner, and presentation held each month on the first Wednesday of the month at 6:15 pm.
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!
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Events & Announcements
Bringing together individuals interested in learning more about aviation. See the list of upcoming aviation events, announcements, and Chapter functions.
Girls in Aviation – Young Eagles Flights, Fly-In, and EAA Chapter 124 Open House.
Special Thanks to the Sonoma County Airport, North Coast Aviation, Sonoma Jet Center, and the Pacific Coast Air Museum for their essential support in making this event a huge success.
Pacific Coast Air Museum
EDUCATING and INSPIRING everyone about our aviation heritage, PRESERVING historic aircraft and HONORING veterans.
We are driven by values
All of our members have equal status, and all are encouraged to participate in our Chapter’s functions. You need not own an airplane, and you don’t even need to be a pilot. All you need is a love for airplanes, and if you have that, you will be among friends!
Come aboard and share some of the fun. Visit our Membership page to find out about becoming a member of Chapter 124!
Continuing mission is to provide the safest, most efficient aerospace system in the world.
FAA Administrator and published in the December 10, 1964, issue of the Federal Register, concerning the FAA policy as pertaining to the type of information that will be published as NOTAMs and in the Aeronautical Information Manual.
CAFE: Comparative Aircraft Flight Efficiency. The CAFE Foundation and Vertical Flight Society have been working to advance electric aviation for many years and have partnered again for this year’s EAS.
A community of passionate aviation enthusiasts that promotes and supports recreational flying
EAA members represent every aspect of aviation and often have multiple interests. We fly them. We fix them. We even build them.