KidVenture Marking 20th Anniversary in 2018
KidVenture, the AirVenture attraction that has welcomed more than 21,000 kids and parents for aviation discovery activities, is celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2018 with expanded space activities along with the return of many hands-on favorites.
In Most Recent
NASA Flight Director Paul Dye
Paul Dye was NASA's lead flight director for 24 shuttle missions from 1993 to 2013 at the Johnson Space Center. Paul's homebuilding roots, including the completed construction of an RV-8, launched him into being editor in chief of Kitplanes magazine.
Webinar- What Will You Do for an Engine Failure on Takeoff?
Gordon Penner, master CFI-Aerobatics and FAA Gold Seal instructor, discusses decision-making and planning for a possible engine failure on takeoff including the issues associated with the improbable turn back to the runway.
May 2018 Chapter Video Magazine
International Young Eagles Day, EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 activities, EAA's new Flying Start program, Fantasy of Flight's World War I aircraft.
Webinar- Developing the Next Generation of Online Aviation Weather Forecasts
This presentation will discuss information found in terminal area forecasts (TAFs), weather forecast products, and the emerging continuous gridded fields, and current web pages and serve as a listening session for what displays are most helpful.
Midwing Special - It Used to Be a What?
Believe it or not, this airplane used to be a Super Cub. Ben Anderson, EAA 1032615, bought the one-of-a-kind Midwing Special from air show pilot Ned Surratt about three years ago, and spent a couple of years restoring it before bringing it to #OSH17.
Webinar- Planes and Cars
Mike Busch discusses why aircraft engines need to be overhauled every 2,000 hours while car engines don't? Why do planes cost so much more than cars? Are these fair comparisons, or are they apples and oranges? Tune in for an interesting discussion.