Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) Chapter 162 is a group of aviation enthusiasts located in the Nashville, Tennessee area. Meetings are open to the public. If you are interested in flying general aviation aircraft, aircraft building, general piloting knowledge, or just things that fly, come and join us.

   
  Chapter Meetings
 

EAA 162 meets on the 3rd Thursday
unless otherwise noted

Place: John C. Tune Airport Terminal Building
Time: 6:30 pm Light Dinner, 7:00 pm Program

 

Meeting Calendar

May 9 Fly Out to Guntersville (8A1)
111 miles from Nashville. The airport is on the lake and it is their regular EAA Chapter fly in date. Leave around 8:00 am CST. RV pilot Mike Stansbury says this is a great event. Hopefully the weather will cooperate for VFR pilots. There is a good museum with several vintage planes so pack your camera.

May 22

Flying Around the World
Patrick Sieders will share his experiece flying to places most of us can only dream of.

Date: Friday, May 22 ***Note Date Change***
Place: JWN Terminal Conference Room
Time: 6:30 pm Light Dinner. 7:00 pm Program

 

 

 

Other Events and Activities
Looking for volunteers to act as a "Guide" to share and coordinate these events with others

May 9 Middle Tennessee Ultralight Group Fly-In at Jackson County Airport (1A7) Click Here for Details
June 4-7 Beech Bonanza/Baron Service Clinic - Springfield (M91)
June 12 Chapter Dinner - Lucky Bamboo Restaurant (Steve Kravitz)
July 20-26 Air Venture Oshkosh
Sept. 4-6 Tripple Tree Flyin
Oct. 10 AOPA Regional Flyin - Tullahoma
Oct 14-18 Beech Party - Tullahoma
Nov. 7 Dickson Air Event
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Tips if You Are Stopped by Law Enforcement

With increasing reports that pilots are being stopped by law enforcement at the request of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, AOPA has published guidelines for pilots who find themselves in this unfortunate situation [Download].

 

 

    

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