Become an Exhibitor
Monday, July 22 - Sunday, July 28, 2024
EAA offers a broad range of exhibit options throughout the grounds to ﬁt your buying demographic. Choose from four indoor exhibit hangars and numerous outdoor specialty exhibit areas, including the main aircraft display area and Aviation Gateway Park, an engaging, interactive experience where attendees discover opportunities in innovation, education, and careers in aviation. Exhibitors enjoy proximity to the Homebuilt, Warbirds, Vintage, Aerobatic and Ultralight communities. You can customize your exhibit to create an expanded storefront, or maybe you prefer to demonstrate your expertise through presentations or workshops.
Whatever you choose, you’re in good company among a huge variety of industry-speciﬁc vendors. Ten years is the average length of time companies have been doing business at AirVenture, and there are 600,000-plus reasons they return annually.
If your company is interested in becoming an Exhibitor, please submit an exhibit request to email@example.com with the following information:
- Company Name
- Contact Person
- Mailing Addresses
- Website URL
- Company & Product Description
Exhibitor Layout and Booth Prices2023 Layout
View a list of contractors offering equipment, technology, & catering services for exhibitors.
Facts and Statistics
Over 800 exhibitors make EAA AirVenture Oshkosh a priority each year (36% of these exhibitors have participated at AirVenture for 10 or more consecutive years).
Attendance: Approximately 677,000 attendees
Total aircraft: More than 10,000 aircraft arrived at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh and other airports in east-central Wisconsin. At Wittman alone, there were 21,883 aircraft operations in the 11-day period from July 20-30, which is an average of approximately 148 takeoffs/landings per hour when the airport is open.
Total showplanes: 3,365 including a record 1,497 registered in vintage aircraft parking, plus 1,067 homebuilt aircraft, 380 warbirds (up 3 percent from 2022), 194 ultralights, 134 seaplanes and amphibians, 52 aerobatic aircraft, and 41 rotorcraft.
Commercial Exhibitors: 848
Forums and Workshops: More than 1,400 sessions hosted throughout the week.
Social media, internet, and mobile: More than 18.3 million people were reached by EAA’s social media channels during AirVenture (up 78 percent over 2022), with engagement of 1.9 million; More than 189,000 hours of viewing EAA video clips online also occurred during the event (more than double the 2022 total).
International Guests: International visitors returned in a big way in 2023, with 2,372 attendees registering the International Visitors Tent from a record-tying 93 countries outside the U.S. Adding a significant number of international visitors who do not register at the tent when they arrive, the actual total is much higher.
Media: 863 media representatives on-site, from six continents.
Estimated economic impact*: $170 million for the five counties in the Oshkosh region (Winnebago, Outagamie, Fond du Lac, Calumet, and Brown).
* - based on 2017 University of Wisconsin Oshkosh economic impact study
|Indoor Exhibit Space||Outdoor Exhibit Space|
|Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Exhibit Hangar A||Main Aircraft Display|
|Collins Aerospace Exhibit Hangar B||Fly Market (Flea Market)|
|Epic Aircraft Exhibit Hangar C||Homebuilt Aircraft Display|
|DeltaHawk Engines Exhibit Hangar D||Ultralight/Rotorcraft Display|
|EAA International Federal Pavilion||Seaplane Base|
|EAA Career Center presented by Air Wisconsin Airlines||EAA Aviation Gateway Park presented by Piper Aircraft
|EAA Education and Career Center presented by Piedmont Airlines|