AirVenture COVID Updates

The Latest Updates And Guidelines For This Year's Fly-In

In accordance with the Winnebago County Health Department in Oshkosh, there are no mask or vaccination requirements for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2022. Health and safety are still priorities. There are hundreds of hand sanitizing stations located throughout the grounds, and EAA teams are again working with Jani-King for additional sanitizing at all our facilities.

You can help, too!

  • If you feel more comfortable wearing a mask at any time, you’re welcome to do so. Everyone should respect the personal decisions made by others for their own reasons.
  • For those traveling from other countries, be aware of what requirements are in place both in the U.S. and in your home country for COVID vaccination and/or testing.
  • If you aren’t feeling well, have symptoms, or recently received a positive COVID test, we recommend that you stay home and get well, so you can join us in the future.

Additional guidance is available at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website. EAA maintains the right to adjust its policy if needed.

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