Sounds of AirVenture
If you’re an aviation geek, there’s a good chance you can recognize airplanes just by their sound. Here’s your opportunity to do just that, with some of the more distinct sounds of AirVenture through the years.
In Feature Video Collection
Chapter and Young Eagles Awards
Presentation of Chapter Web Editor, Newsletter Editor and Major Achievement awards as well as Young Eagles Coordinator, Ground Volunteers and Phillips 66 Leadership Award. Also includes messages from Young Eagles Co-Chairman Sean D. Tucker and Jimmy
EAA's Spirit of Aviation Week
EAA Spirit of Aviation Week is beginning soon! Come together with us July 21-25 to experience and share the spirit of aviation across all areas of flight. #EAAtogether
Ron Price bought his rare 1938 Luscombe Model 4 in 1977 when it was on display in a museum, but the restoration didn't begin in earnest until nearly 30 years later.
The Legendary Career of Burt Rutan
From the VariEze and Long-EZ to SpaceShipOne, pioneering aerospace engineer Burt Rutan is known throughout the aviation community as someone always pushing the envelope. Learn more about the innovative career that’s made Burt a legend at Oshkosh.
The Second Westfall Special
When Jeff Paulson, EAA 263515, brought this striking little biplane to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019, he found that almost nobody knew what it was. That’s not surprising, as it’s a one-off replica of a one-off design called the Westfall Special.
The Family Skywagon
Carl Geisert, EAA Lifetime 852448, was the driving force behind the gathering of Cessna 180/185s at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019. His airplane, N1546C, is a 1953 180 that has been in his family for more than 50 years.