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Aircraft Arrival

How to Fly In To AirVenture? - On or around July 1, 2022, EAA will send Exhibitor an email with check-in process information which will contain a pass that Exhibitor will complete to indicate Exhibitor’s Name and Site No.(s).This pass must be placed in the aircraft window upon landing. EAA’s volunteer ground crew will direct you to the appropriate area and EAA’s volunteer placement crew will place you into your Exhibit Space on a first come first served basis. Note: All pilots flying in to AirVenture must be familiar with the NOTAM!

Who Places Your Aircraft In Your Site? - EAA has a wonderful team of qualified volunteers who will place your aircraft in your display area. Please be sure to thank them for all their hard work. Without them things would not run as smoothly as they do.

Aircraft Placement Times - EAA volunteers will start placing aircraft on Thursday, July 21, 2022.EAA asks that all aircraft arrive no later than Sunday, July 24, 2022 for placement in your site. We will place aircraft from 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. from Thursday, July 21, 2022 through Sunday, July 24, 2022.Any aircraft arriving later than 5:00 P.M. on any one of these days will temporarily be placed overnight and moved in your display the following morning. If your aircraft arrives after 5:00 P.M. on Sunday, July 24, 2022 you run the risk of EAA not being able to accommodate your aircraft in your display space during AirVenture. Please keep in mind that Sunday July 24, 2022 is one of EAA’s busiest days for Exhibitor Check-In and aircraft arrivals, so please feel free to arrive on or before Saturday, July 23, 2022, to avoid that traffic. All special arrival requests must be submitted to the Exhibit Office and must receive prior written approval from EAA.

Have Your Site Ready - When designing your Aircraft Display, please keep in mind that EAA needs adequate clearance to maneuver your aircraft into your display for placement. If part of your design will interfere with the placement of your aircraft, we ask that you wait to erect it until your aircraft has been placed within your display. If your site is not ready upon your aircraft’s arrival, your aircraft will be temporarily placed so that we can continue our aircraft placement process. When your site is ready, EAA will do its best to place your aircraft in your display as soon as reasonably possible.

Contact Cards - If EAA has to temporarily place your aircraft in an area other than your display space, Exhibitor will be asked to fill out a contact card (Company Name, Site No.(s), Contact Person Name & Mobile Phone Number).This will help EAA locate Exhibitor or its representative when EAA is ready to place the aircraft in the display.

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