Why does the world need the Experimental Aircraft Association? Well, let’s ask it another way: What would aviation be like without EAA? The fact is, EAA continues to grow stronger, become more influential, and touch more lives than at any time in our
In Aircraft Building
Lil' Devil - FLS Microjet
L.D. Jeffries was looking for something to do in his retirement — all he knew for sure was that he wasn’t going to sit on the porch. He’s decided to indulge a lifelong dream and become an air show pilot, flying the FLS Microjet named Lil Devil.
Home Sweet Homebuilts
#OSH18 hosted celebrations of several historic homebuilt aircraft anniversaries, plus some newer designs on the field and in the sky. See examples of both, take a look inside some of the EAA homebuilding workshops, and relive Oshkosh.
Draco - A Beast of a Bushplane
Eight days before AirVenture 2018, Mike Patey completed his latest project and flew it to Oshkosh. Draco stole the show and drew awestruck crowds. Draco began life as a PZL Wilga but has been heavily modified.
One Wonderful Week
Employees from Van’s Aircraft, volunteers, and AirVenture attendees came together to build an RV-12iS from start to finish within a week during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 as part of the second One Week Wonder project.
Darryl Murphy - Homebuilding 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee
Founder’s Day 2019
Celebrate EAA’s 66th Birthday! What would aviation be like without EAA? In the 1950s, no one could have guessed that Paul Poberezny and a small group of aircraft homebuilders would change the future of personal aviation.