Are you flying into Oshkosh for AirVenture this year? EAA has a new set of videos that can help pilots — whether they are first-timers or experienced attendees — who are planning to fly to Wittman Regional Airport for the convention this year. The videos show “real world” examples of the VFR Fisk Arrival, including approach routes to both major Oshkosh runways, a go-around, and a VFR departure.
Airshow stars from the U.S. and around the world will be part of the daily performance lineup at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh on July 23-29 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, joining homebuilts, vintage aircraft, warbirds, ultralights and other airplanes at what’s called “The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.”
EAA Chapter 1343 and GTO Aviation are hosting a Tennessee Valley Regional Fly-In and Expo on Saturday June 23, at Sumner County Regional Airport (M33) in Gallatin. This all-day event will feature a pancake breakfast, live music, catered lunch, displays, vendors, educational sessions and plenty of airplanes.
On Saturday, May 19, dozens of local events will turn dreams of flight into reality during the third annual International Learn to Fly Day, a general aviation community-wide effort to help people of all ages take that first step to discover flight. Find a local International Learn to Fly Day event near you at LearnToFly.org.
More than $9,000 was recently awarded to EAA Chapter 1083 in Salisbury, N.C., by the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens for an aviation summer camp.
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Last week, a proposed amendment to the House’s National Defense Authorization Act caused a bit of a firestorm. The proposed amendment from Rep. Michael Turner (R-Ohio) would “bar the Department of Defense from loaning or gifting any U.S. military aircraft or parts to any entity except those that would put the aircraft on static display, such as in a museum,” says an EAA story posted on April 18.
EAA’s third annual International Learn to Fly Day will be held Saturday, May 19.
EAA’s Hints for Homebuilders video series, which has more than 245 videos, has has surpassed 2.5 million plays by aviators worldwide.
The Experimental Aircraft Association’s new Eagle Flights program, the aviation orientation program for adults, will have its official kickoff this summer with inaugural flights at the EAA AirVenture fly-in, which is scheduled for July 23-29 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wis.