Our chapter is part of the worldwide network of EAA chapters. EAA embodies the spirit of aviation through the world's most engaged community of aviation enthusiasts. EAA's 170,000 plus members enjoy the fun and camaraderie of sharing their passion for flying, building and restoring recreational aircraft. To find out more about EAA and our programs and services, please visit the home page at EAA.org.
Until December 20, 2018, Marlboro Airport (9B1) was the oldest continuously operating commercial field in the state of Massachusetts. It had one 1659-foot paved runway oriented 14-32. Marlboro Airport hosted one fixed-base operator, Don’s Flying Service, named for former airport manager Don LaCouture Sr.
EAA Chapter 673 became an official chapter of the Experimental Aircraft Association in 1980. Its founding members chose the name The Marlboro Antiquers because many of them owned and flew antique airplanes. Although many current members fly classic aircraft, several Piper Cubs still called the field home. Whether you fly, build, restore, or just simply enjoy aviation, you are welcome to attend our chapter meetings and other events.