Carlisle 4M3 122.8
Central Arkansas Sport Flyers
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Tell me more about the breakfast!
A: Fly, Drive, Walk-in. All are welcome! We serve Pancakes, Eggs, Bacon, Sausage, Biscuits n’ Gravy, Coffee etc, starting at 8am and we socialize till we’re all done depending on how nice the weather is at the time. We can run out of food by 10am if we have a big turn out though! Early bird gets the worm... errr... bacon!
Breakfast prices have changed recently due to rising costs.
$6 a plate for members and $8 for non-members.
Become a member for $20 a year!
On a nice day we might have 20-30 aircraft or more that you can get close to and maybe touch with the owner’s permission! Along with 100 or more friendly and enthusiastic folks it makes for a wonderful morning.
Q: Tell me more about the monthly Members/Officers gathering?
A: Members/Officers gathering is held on the 3rd Tuesday of every month. Here’s where we try to work out what the group can do to further the cause of general aviation and our membership and have a bit of fun in the process! This is the place to come to get involved and tell us about your brilliant ideas for the group! Locations and times subject to change.
Q: Do I have to be a member of the EAA to join Central Arkansas Sport Flyers (CASF)?
A: No, but you can't hold office or vote per the EAA by-laws. While not a requirement, membership in the national EAA organization has many benefits including a monthly magazine and discounts from participating companies. To join, please email an Officer.
Or check it out and join EAA online at: www.EAA.org
Q: Do I need to own an aircraft to be a member of CASF?
A: Definitely not! The only requirement is that you enjoy aviation and fellowship.
Q: CASF is an EAA Ultralight Chapter. Are you limited to Ultralights?
A: No. In fact many of our members don't fly Ultralights but experimental and certificated aircraft. The chapter is open to all aviation enthusiasts. The chapter's main mission is to promote Ultralight and Sport Pilot categories. Many of our members are also members of North Little Rock EAA Chapter 165, which is oriented toward experimental and certificated aircraft.
Q: How old is the Central Arkansas Sport Flyers EAA Chapter?
A: The CASF chapter has been in existence as an ultralight club since 1990. It was affiliated with the United States Ultralight Association until October 2003, then it became an EAA Chapter (EAA UL Chapter 122). Membership is open to all with an interest in aviation. We have over 40 members who own, build, & fly aircraft from ultralights, Cessna, Piper, Pacer, Citabria, Mooney, Navion, Beechcraft, Swift, Starduster, Champ, and more. We have members that enjoy radio controlled model aircraft as well. Members simply enjoy aviation, and love to participate in business, technical, and social functions. Our main social function is the monthly breakfast served on the 2nd Saturday of every month at Carlisle 4M3 AR from 8:00-10:00 AM.
Q: How long has the Central Arkansas Sport Flyers been sponsoring a monthly breakfast?
A: The first breakfast was served on the 2nd Saturday in July 2003 under a canopy tent next to a concrete pad which is now a hanger. We have not missed a breakfast since. We serve breakfast rain or shine. Best breakfast around! Please come join us.
Q: Are aircraft rides available at the breakfast?
A: There might be... find the pilot of your favorite looking airplane, helicopter or ultralight and ask!
Q: How much does it cost to join CASF? How do I join?
A: Your $20 yearly donation will get you the monthly newsletter by email and $25 will get you the newsletter in hard copy in the mail. Members can become officers and more importantly can take pride in being an official part of the fun! Membership forms are available on the home page of this website for downloading or printing.