AirVenture is a showcase for the latest in aviation products, new ideas or new company alliances, from pilot supplies to flying wings. Here are just a few of this year’s stand-outs.
Warbirds flock to Oshkosh every year for the biggest gathering in the world of ex-military aircraft from World War II onwards, from piston-engined fighters and trainers through to not-so-old jets.
Today, homebuilding is still a brave venture. Here at AirVenture a reunion of those at the first Oshkosh fly-in event in 1970 shows what members were building then.
If you haven't, you really need to try camping at Oshkosh. There are few experiences like it.
Despite weather delays, the Cessnas to Oshkosh and Bonanzas to Oshkosh mass arrivals were a success.
More than 200 members of the Civil Air Patrol will be at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh to help with marshaling aircraft on the flightline, tracking and finding overdue aircraft, and more.
For air traffic controllers, working EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is like playing in the Super Bowl.
Free cookies and hotdogs are just some of the "specials" offered for those flying to AirVenture Oshkosh.
To help encourage owners of general aviation aircraft to meet the FAA’s ADS-B Out equipage mandate in the United States, the Aircraft Electronics Association will randomly award five aircraft owners with $1,000 each toward an ADS-B compliant upgrade during the Experimental Aircraft Association’s AirVenture Oshkosh, July 23-29, 2018, in Wisconsin. This year marks the fifth […]
The popular “One Week Wonder” project, in which a complete airplane is built over a seven-day period, is returning to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh in 2018. This year, it will again come with an opportunity for all EAA AirVenture fans to vote on the aircraft’s final paint job as the “Pick the Paint” poll returns. Before […]