Oregon Antique & Classic

Aircraft Club

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If you are interested in old airplanes, flying or enjoy talking to people who are, then this is the group for you. Our primary purpose is the preservation, restoration and flying of antique and classic aircraft. Our club is a statewide organization that meets quarterly at different airports around the state of Oregon. Our membership, however, is not limited to folks living in Oregon.

In addition to quarterly meetings, we host a Fly-In during odd numbered years and organize the Oregon Air Tour in even numbered years. We have been doing air tours since 1984. Our members have enjoyed the camaraderie of Air Tours so much that during the odd numbered years we decided to organize Fly-Outs. Fly-Outs are shorter in length (generally 1 or 2 nights) and often scheduled for weekends. Interested people are welcome at all of our events. Explore our website to learn more about our history, upcoming events and see pictures of our past activities.


Campers at Hoopa, CA on the 2006 OR Air Tour

Upcoming Events

October 21 (Sa) Quarterly Meeting, Independence Public Library (175 Monmouth Ave., Independence). Call 503-910-7238, if you need a ride from 7S5. Meeting is at 1 pm, or come at noon with your lunch and socialize.


Presenter will be:  John Pike of Big Sky Stearman.  John is well know for building wings for Stearman and other vintage aircraft.

Current issue of the club newsletter July Antiquer.