We start with the Wacos, because they’re awesome. For Warbirds, see my previous post:
Two days in Oshkosh this year!! Took a while to dig through over 500 photos, and crop them a bit. All photos taken with a potato, so if you don’t like it, shut up and go to Airventure yourself next year!!
There are some other planes here too.
July 23-29, the BEST week of the year! Warbirds, vintage, homebuilts, seaplanes, helicopters- if it flies, it’s there! Lots of great workshops, airshows, stuff for kids, etc. - in addition to 10,000 or so aircraft.
Gloster Meteor, DeHavilland Vampire, and DeHavilland Venom to appear at AirVenture 2018 - mark your calendars!
There is so much to see and do here, this only scratches the surface - I missed the homebuilts, Fun Fly Zone, helicopters, Pioneer Airport, tethered balloons, drones, autogiros, seaplanes, and much, much more - I imagine that Jcarr will have a lot of pics of things I missed (and better quality, too), but here you go. …
A lot of pics - despite my phone dying late in the day. So much awesome at Airventure- - what can’t be conveyed via pictures is how friendly everyone is, and that they are focused on showing everyone a great time.
It was a banner year at EAA AirVenture 2015 and one of the best I’ve experienced in my 20+ years of attending.
Took ~400 pics, full photo dump coming soon...
You know, only one of five aircraft currently in active service. The very same airplane used as a chase vehicle for SpaceShipOne and the first certified civilian aircraft that extensively used carbon fiber composites.
From the official Ford display at Oshkosh.
Another year, another great trip up to EAA AirVenture.
I traveled to Oshkosh, WI on Sunday for work and decided to visit the EAA AirVenture museum while I had the time. What's the EAA, you ask ? The EAA is the Experimental Aircraft Association comprised of aviation enthusiasts, corporations, and organizations across the globe. Founded in 1953 by Paul Poberezny (RIP,…
I'm heading to Oshkosh his week for work. I was planning a visit to the EAA AirVenture museum. Anything else I need to make time for?