(Mendocino, Lake, and Humboldt Counties)
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EAA Chapter 1027
Chapter meetings typically occur on the second Sunday of the month at the clubhouse at Willits Airport/Ells Field, at Boonville Airport or another announced location. Lunch, beverage and dessert are provided for a $8 donation to the chapter. All pilots of experimental and certified aircraft as well as people interested in aviation are welcome to attend!
HISTORICAL AIRCRAFT DISPLAYS
Historical Aircraft on are display to the general public at these locations and times weather permitting:
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Paul Trexel - CFII - ASMEL
Paul Trexel, President
Ron Hunt, Vice President
Marilyn Harden, Secretary
Harold Weston, Treasurer
Fred Baron (Garberville)
Eric Mercer (Ukiah)
Art Williams (Lampson)
EAA 1027 CLUBHOUSE is located on Ells Field (028, CTAF 122.8, Rwy 34, R.H.) on the mountain two miles northwest of the City of Willits which is approx. 120 miles North of San Francisco on Hwy 101. Runways are 16 (primary takeoff, downslope, left pattern) and 34 (primary landing, upslope, right pattern) with PAPI (5-clicks). Our mailing address is 1320 Poppy Dr. Willits CA 95490 or E-Mail chapter president Paul Trexel.
Aircraft older than 35 years may be eligible for California property tax exemption. For more information refer to the BOE website.
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Experimental Aircraft Association Chapter 1027 is pleased to announce that we will be bringing a historic Ford Tri-motor airliner to Lampson Field, Lakeport, CA for providing rides to the public January 19th, 20th, 21st, and 22nd.
This Ford Tri-Motor 5-AT-B (3 engines of 420 horsepower each) was built in 1928 by the Ford Motor Company that built 199 of them. They were the first all-metal, multi-engine airliners in the US. In 1931 it was transferred to Transcontinental and Western Air airlines, TWA, and began building TWA's route system. More recently the aircraft was owned by Evergreen International Airlines who gave the plane a complete restoration to factory new condition, with modern safety mechanical upgrades.
The plane is configured to carry 10 passengers in comfort, with each passenger having a great view window, perfect for photography, and the cabin's width and large windows allow the passengers to see out both sides of the airplane.
Flight's will fly from Lampson Field on a approximate 30 minute aerial tour around Clear Lake, returning to Lampson Field. Don't miss this historic opportunity at an affordable $70 ticket price, which may be purchased in advance online at www.flytheford.org or at the airport for $75. Tri-Motor merchandise is also available for purchase online or at the airport. Get your tickets early, we expect these flights to fill up, bring your camera! See the short flight video at the website link.
EAA Chapter 1027: Mendocino,
Lake and Humboldt Counties, northern California