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Original RV-5 Coming to Oshkosh

The original RV-5, which is in the midst of a restoration being carried out by Van's Aircraft employees with the help of members of EAA Chapter 105, will be on display at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019.

Three New Aircraft on Display in EAA Aviation Museum

A Dyke JD-2 Delta, RotorSport UK MT-03 gyroplane, and Opener BlackFly V2 are all now on display in the EAA Aviation Museum after they were either donated or lent before or during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019.

Diesel Exhaust Fluid Can Cause Harm to Aircraft

Last year, multiple jet aircraft were serviced with fuel containing diesel exhaust fluid instead of fuel system icing inhibitor, which can cause crystalline deposits that are capable of shutting down engines.

RV-4 Celebrates 40th as 'Grandfather of Fleet'

The RV-4 is celebrating its 40th anniversary, and Van's Aircraft Founder Dick VanGrunsven said the anniversary has made him realize just how important the plane was in his life and in the life of his company.

Aviation Words — Load Factor

This phrase has always been a bit obscure to me, but those of you with a more mathematical bent might think, "Well, it's obvious, isn't it?"

Safe Integration Affirmed by EAA in Response to UPS Petition

EAA expressed concerns in comments on Wednesday in response to a petition by UPS detailing a UAS operation beyond visual line of sight without reliable sense-and-avoid systems.

EAA SEPTEMBER SWING HANGAR DANCE SEPTEMBER 28 COMMEMORATES 75TH ANNIVERSARY OF D-DAY

The EAA Aviation Museum’s Eagle Hangar will again harken back to the days of the big-band swing era on Saturday, September 28, as EAA’s annual September Swing brings music, fun, and dancing to EAA’s world-class museum.

AirVenture 2019 Aircraft Awards

Hundreds of gorgeous, striking airplanes arrive at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh each and every year in hopes of winning a Lindy Award.
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