EAA Chapter 186 Spring Fly-In at KHEF

When: May 26th, 2018 from 8:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Where: Manassas Regional Airport (KHEF), West Ramp, EAA 186 Chapter House (near the tower)

Admission is FREE!

You’re invited to attend the EAA Chapter 186 Spring Fly-In at the Manassas Regional Airport! The EAA 186 Fly-In allows the public to get up close and personal with pilots who build and fly their own planes, tour display aircraft, and to talk directly with pilots and restorers of military and antique aircraft.

The event will feature:
• Pancake breakfast
• Several forums beginning at 10:00 am
• Burgers and hot dogs for lunch on the deck overlooking the airport
• Aircraft display area including homebuilts and other unique aircraft
• Fly-Mart

Forum Schedule:
10:00-11:00 “The Remora System Head Mounted Avionics Display – Winners of EAA’s 2017 Founder’s Innovation Award” presented by Thomas Baron and the Remora Team
11:30-12:30 “The Different Light Sport Maintenance Requirements” presented by Dick Koehler (of EAA’s Hints For Homebuilders, EAA SportAir Workshops, etc.)
1:00-2:00 “Flying to the Bahamas” presented by Bob Hepp of Aviation Adventures and Bob Haase, EAA Chapter 186 member

Some aircraft on display:
RV-12 — Dennis Crider
Shark UL — Jon Baron
GS-1 Glastar — Scott Bradley
Lancair 360 — Danny Miller
Cessna Skymaster 337 — Gene Petit
Lancair IV-P — Bob Pastusek
Harmon Rocket — Tim Carey
O2-A — Chris Mayer

Young Eagles Flights:
Youths between 8 and 17 can sign up for a FREE Young Eagle flight at our July 14th rally with the goal of creating a lifelong interest in aviation and related fields. We only have 30 seats available for that rally, so be sure to sign up early!

Enter to Win a Flight on Our EAA B-17, the Aluminum Overcast!
Our Chapter is raffling off two seats on the B-17 at the Fly-In. Each seat is the subject of a separate raffle, and we’re selling only 100 tickets for each seat, so your odds are pretty doggone good. Each ticket will cost $10.00 and get you one chance to win. Click here for more information:
http://eaa186.org/category/news/

Fly-In Traffic:
• Complete the FAA’s Special Flight Rules Area (SFRA) training.
• Follow the SFRA procedures outlined here.
• Manassas Regional Airport is 5 miles inside the SFRA and is easily accessible via the FLUKY or BRV (Brook) gates.
• Upon initial contact with Manassas Tower, advise that you would like parking on the West Ramp.

Drive-In Traffic: Take Virginia Route 28 (Nokesville Rd.) to Piper Lane (at the Wawa). Follow Piper Lane to the parking lot at the end. Do not park in spaces marked for FAA employees.

There’s plenty of space to park your plane or car, so fly-in or come by car and stay for the whole event. Admission is FREE!