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Get Ready For The Reunion: EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2021 Tickets Now On Sale
Free youth admission, early-bird discounts for EAA members and aviation enthusiasts
July 21, 2020 – Advance purchase admissions, camping, flight experiences, and merchandise are now available for what promises to be a great aviation family reunion at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2021. The 68th Experimental Aircraft Association fly-in convention is scheduled for July 26-August 1 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh.
The opening of advance presale for AirVenture 2021 coincides with EAA’s Spirit of Aviation Week, the virtual and online aviation community gathering organized following the cancellation of this year’s AirVenture event.
“The AirVenture experience means so much to EAA members and the aviation community that we have received continual requests since spring regarding when tickets would be available for the 2021 fly-in,” said Rick Larsen, EAA’s vice president of communities and member programming, who coordinates AirVenture programs and activities. “We are expecting an unforgettable reunion at Oshkosh in 2021 of all who love flight, with people eager to add to the generations of memories already created each year during the EAA fly-in.”
Advance daily and weekly admissions are available via EAA’s secure website. Those tickets can be printed at home and brought to Oshkosh for fast access to wristbands and all the activities that are part of AirVenture. EAA members should bring their membership card to confirm their membership discount.
As was planned for AirVenture 2020, youth 18 and under will again be eligible for free admission in 2021, thanks in part to support from The Boeing Company. Also available for advance purchase are camping credentials, Oshkosh flight experiences, and exclusive AirVenture 2021 merchandise.
“There is a feeling of being at Oshkosh that goes beyond the airplanes and programs,” Larsen said. “This year we certainly miss the friends and experiences that each of us remember from AirVenture. That only builds the eagerness to get back in 2021 to enjoy those ‘Only at Oshkosh’ moments.”
Highlights and activities for AirVenture 2021 will be announced as they are finalized.