The Experimental Aircraft Association’s (EAA) AirVenture is back for 2021 and will take place in Oshkosh from July 26 to August 1. With seven straight days of world-class aerobatics, historic airplane shows and airplane rides, AirVenture is the event to be for aviation enthusiasts.
Founded in the 1950’s in Milwaukee, the EAA started as a local club for people who built and restored their own aircraft. EAA quickly grew as more members joined the group and today includes over 200,000 members across 10 countries. The club continues to grow within the aviation community with a mission to make aviation easier, more accessible, more rewarding and more fun.
The family-friendly event offers more than your traditional air show, featuring a museum highlighting homebuilt and vintage aircraft, warbirds, ultralights, lightplanes, rotorcraft and seaplanes. A variety of workshops, activities and evening programs are also available, featuring air shows in the dark and the classic Twilight Flight Fest.
Tickets start at $127 for adults, and for children 18 and under, admission is free and includes a KidVenture program to explore as a part of an effort to introduce more youth to the possibilities in the world of flight.
For more information on AirVenture, visit www.eaa.org/airventure.