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Who is EAA Chapter 1167?

We're your friends and neighbors. We share a passion for flight, for fun, and for learning. We're pilots and non-pilots of all levels of experience. We are all shapes, all sizes, and all ages. We're people who simply love all things 'flying'.

From building new aircraft to restoring classic aircraft we are Chapter 1167 of the Experimental Aircraft Association and we would like to welcome you as a visitor or as a new member.

NEWS and information!
Welcome to 2016!

On May 29th the Chapter will team up with Hardee Air Park to host the South Carolina Breakfast Club. Breakfast will be served rain or shine. Everyone is welcome. Driving in? Hardee Air Park (SC21) is on HWY 348 North of HWY 905. If you use Google maps or similar GPS programs you should be able to enter Bonanza Rd, Loris, SC 29569 with good results. (33.938296 -78.828691 should work too if you enter coordinates directly)

Flying in to SC21 for the event? Use CTAF frequency 123.075. If there has been rain please call, text (843-602-8220) or email (mailto:Ron@hardeeairpark.com) to ensure the runway is in good condition.

You might also be interested in video from last years event.

EAA Chapter 1167 meets the third Saturday of each month at Conway Airport (KHYW). The meeting starts at 10:00 a.m. but you are welcome to start arriving earlier. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to attend. Bring a friend too; the more the merrier.

Conway Airport (KHYW) is a couple of miles South West of Conway SC on highway 378.

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