EAA Homebuilders Week Returns in January


The Experimental Aircraft Association is bringing back its Homebuilders Week series of online webinars in January 2024, following the series’ record-setting third year in January 2023. The upcoming series is scheduled for January 22-26, 2024.

“More than 17,000 people participated in this year’s Homebuilders Week, showing the community is continuously active and looking for ways to improve their skills, or learn new ones, making it an easy decision to bring the series back in 2024,” said Charlie Becker, EAA’s director of chapters and homebuilt community manager. “Homebuilders have played a major role in EAA since its founding, and Homebuilders Week is our effort to help expand and strengthen this unique segment of aviation.”

EAA Homebuilders Week virtual presentations are open, free of charge, to everyone interested in building aircraft. Registration is required and space is limited. The event is sponsored by Aircraft Spruce & Specialty, Dynon, Scheme Designers, and Van’s Aircraft.

The daily live presentations will begin at 11:30 a.m. Central Time each day (Monday through Friday) and continue until 8:15 p.m. It will include everything from getting started successfully to techniques when building with sheet metal, composites, steel, and wood.  New and experienced builders will also find in-depth talks on panel planning, wiring, engine installation, FAA certification, and flight testing. The live sessions will also allow plenty of time for attendee questions. Recordings will be archived and available to EAA members for review after the week’s presentations are completed.

The technology used during EAA Homebuilders Week is based on the success of EAA’s webinar series, which has welcomed more than 300,000 people for presentations since 2010. Updated schedule and presentation information, as well as registration details, is available at EAA.org/HomebuildersWeek.


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