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September Swing Is Back Again!

The annual hangar dance September Swing is back again. Join us in the EAA Aviation Museum's Eagle Hangar on September 28 for a night of dancing, socializing, and live music.

First Airplane to Land at Oshkosh in 1970 Is Back in 2019

John Dyke, EAA Lifetime 3566, generously donated a one-of-a-kind Dyke Delta JD-2 N555A to EAA that will be on the convention grounds in front of the Brown Arch during AirVenture 2019.

The XP-82 Makes the Journey to AirVenture

Tom Reilly's highly anticipated XP-82 is finally here at Oshkosh, and just in time to help EAA celebrate 50 years in Oshkosh.

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.

Airbus Perlan 2 Chief Pilot Giving Presentations on Tuesday During AirVenture

Jim Payne, Airbus Perlan 2 chief pilot, will be giving two presentations during "An Evening With Innovators" featuring the Founder's Innovation Prize on Tuesday night during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2019.

Numerous Ray Scholars Celebrate First Solo

Numerous Ray Scholars Celebrate First Solo

EAA Welcomes Back the Department of Transportation's TSI for Annual Course

EAA Welcomes Back the Department of Transportation's TSI for Annual Course

Aeronautics Now Part of High School Students' Lives

With a strong presence in five high schools in Quebec, the Aviation Training Program (ATP) of Aviation Connection will be expanded to five additional schools by January 2020, including a school in Ontario.
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