Historical Aircraft Display

Historical Aircraft Displays are the second Saturday of every month.

The Historical Aircraft Display Certificate is be used when displaying aircraft on the EAA Chapter 723 display dates. This form, properly filled out and signed, is required when claiming a tax exception with the county.
Taylorcraft L-2M, known as a Grasshopper 1943 - an observation plane flown by the US Army in WWII.
Taylorcraft L-2M, known as a Grasshopper 1943 - an observation plane flown by the US Army in WWII.
Historical Aircraft Display Certificate
The only people who are authorized to sign this form are officers of Chapter 723 or designated signers who have been appointed by the EAA Chapter 723 Board of Directors. This form may only be used for display dates hosted by EAA Chapter 723. Planes should be on display 12 times a year to claim the tax exemption.

The airplane must be displayed for a minimum of 60 minutes, within 100 ft of the EAA hangar door or in front of the cafe (designated area).

(Download the form using the button above.)
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