EAA 1418 meets every third Saturday at Noon in the pilots lounge at Rohnerville Airport, Fortuna, California.  Lunch and a beverage are provided for a suggested $5.00 donation to the chapter.  Anyone interested in aviation is welcome to attend.


Humboldt County, California Aviation Webcams

North Coast Aviators, EAA 1418, installs and maintains webcams at our local airports. These cameras show real-time weather conditions and have proved invaluable to aviators, local government agencies, and area residents.

All NorthCoastAviation.com webcams, AWOS, and more 

 Rohnerville Airport

Eureka/Arcata Airport

 Murray Field

Kneeland Airport

 Garberville Airport

Shelter Cove

See NorthCoastAviation.com for all the aviation cams, weather and local links, local highway cams and technical information about this program.


Affiliated with Lost Coast Aviators is the
AVI8CANDO Youth Aviation Program
Rohnerville Airport, CA


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Tuesday
Jul112017

Chapter Meeting on July 15, 2017

Chapter Members,

We will have a regular monthly meeting this Saturday at Rohnerville at noon.

Steve

Thursday
Jul062017

These California Airports Will Receive Federal Funds

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Department of Transportation today announced the Federal Aviation Administration will award $105.3 million in airport infrastructure grants to 133 airports across the United States as part of the FAA’s Airport Improvement Program (AIP).

Tuesday
Jul042017

Happy Fourth of July

Monday
Jul032017

Air Traffic Control Privatization Legislation

I just listened to a good discussion of the pending ATC privatization plan on EAA's The Green Dot podcast which came out Thursday, June 27.  I get it on iTunes but you can find it online at http://inspire.eaa.org/2017/06/29/eaas-the-green-dot-jack-j-pelton-on-current-air-traffic-control-privatization-legislation/

A lot of good points were made and the consensus was against the plan.  Everyone agrees that there are problems with the FAA but it is unclear how privatization will provide solutions.  A listener comment at the above link lays out some arguments for privatization, some of which are shaky and most are just past gripes against the FAA. 

Not mentioned was that another bill has been filed which outlines improvements in FAA policy and procedures.  EAA has a Rally Congress page which is an easy way to contract your congressional representatives and express your opinion or just sign the letter proposed by EAA.  You can find this at http://govt.eaa.org/ctas/oppose-air-traffic-control-privatization

BTW, the picture is SFO.

Wednesday
Jun282017

Flying an RC Glider