Celebrate Founder’s Day as EAA Turns 65 on January 26
From the first meeting back in 1953 through the move to Oshkosh all the way up to today, we’re celebrating EAA’s legacy and 65th birthday on Founder’s Day, Friday, January 26!
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Out in the Open - Opener’s BlackFly
The world woke up on July 12, 2018, to discover that Opener had unveiled its personal air vehicle, the electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) BlackFly. It made an appearance at AirVenture 2018. Read more in January EAA Sport Aviation.
Celebrate the Season With EAA AIrVenture Oshkosh 2019 Tickets
EAA's night air show and fireworks is one of the most spectacular displays. Share The Spirit of Aviation® this holiday season with tickets to #OSH19, the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.® www.EAA.org/Tickets
Frank Borman Exhibit at the EAA Aviation Museum
Apollo 8 Commander Col. Frank Borman helped us unveil the Frank Borman Exhibit at the EAA Aviation Museum. We're honored Frank chose us to be the home of his space artifacts, and to offer this display to our visitors.
Loss of Control in Homebuilts
In this special program from the Pilot Proficiency Center at AirVenture 2018, Michael Goulian, Charlie Precourt, Paul Dye, and Jeff Edwards discuss Loss of Control in homebuilts. Includes presentation of a scenario by Redbird Flight Simulations.
Patty Wagstaff - Aerobatic Pilot
Three-time U.S. National Aerobatic Champion and longtime air show pilot Patty Wagstaff spoke at the EAA Aviation Museum in November 2018.
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