EAA AirVenture: Special Coverage - WBAY

2014 EAA Calendar of Events

The World's Greatest Aviation Celebration is officially July 28 - August 3, but events start July 27 with a tribute to EAA founder Paul Poberezny.

Heavy Traffic Expected for EAA AirVenture

Thousands of aviation enthusiasts will descend on Oshkosh Monday for the start of EAA AirVenture. More>>

EAA AirVenture Draws Crowds from Near and Far Video included

For aviation lovers there's no better place to be than Oshkosh for EAA AirVenture.  More>>

EAA Remembers Founder Video included

EAA members gathered to remember EAA's founder, Paul Poberezny, in his first public memorial service.  More>>

Waterfest expands concert series to entertain EAA visitors Video included

Normally a Thursday event, Waterfest added a 3-day line-up this year, hoping to get a boost from EAA's early arrivals. Tourism officials say it's a chance to show off Oshkosh's downtown. More>>

EAArly Arrivals

Pilots come to Oshkosh from all over the world. For some, the week-long event lasts 10 days or more.

Vendors get rEAAdy for AirVenture

Vendors feel the excitement and the pressure of getting their displays ready before World's Greatest Aviation Celebration begins. More>>

Nearby Airports Benefit from EAA Traffic

Nearby Airports Benefit from EAA Traffic Video included

Oshkosh is the busiest airport in the world during AirVenture, but it's not the only busy airport in our area. Surrounding communities enjoy the extra business. More>>

"Common Bond" Keeps EAA Volunteers Coming Back Video included

More than 4,000 volunteers are in full flight getting everything ready for EAA AirVenture. The work is hard. Their reason for doing it year after year is simple. More>>

EAA Secures Tower Staffing for Nine Years Video included

The battle to cover the cost of air traffic controllers during EAA AirVenture has been settled with an agreement through 2022. More>>

Skytyping Vintage WWII Planes to Debut at EAA AirVenture

Think of it as "texting... but on a monumental scale." The only team in the world that does both air show precision flying demonstrations and skytyping with vintage WWII planes. More>>

Thunderbirds are Go! for EAA AirVenture Video included

This summer's EAA AirVenture will feature something never seen in Oshkosh in the 60-plus years the EAA fly-in has been around. More>>

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