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  1. When Sergei Yakovlev, son of legendary Soviet aircraft designer Alexander Sergeyevich Yakovlev, was working on the aerobatic Yak-55 back in 1980, he probably never imagined anything like this. It would have surely been inconceivable to him that, nearly 40 years later, a group of guys, in the decadent West, no less, would take two of his airplanes and stick them together. But that’s exactly what happened. In this video, air show pilot Jeff Boerboon, EAA 363600, talks about what it took to build the remarkable Yak-110, and what it was like to fly it at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018.SOURCE
  2. The world woke up on July 12, 2018, to discover that Opener — a company operating in deep stealth mode for years — had unveiled its personal air vehicle, the electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) BlackFly. The aviation world was stunned by the news not only that this vehicle existed, but also that it had already accrued thousands of miles of testing and was approved by Transport Canada as a basic ultralight. It made an appearance at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018. Read more about Blackfly in the January issue of EAA Sport Aviation.SOURCE
  3. The Fun Fly Zone at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is home to all kinds of flying machines, from autogyros and helicopters to powered parachutes, light homebuilts, EAA's Twilight Flight Fest, and the rugged mounts of the Valdez STOL competitors. Whether looking ahead to the future or looking back at the classics from the early days of ultralights, the Fun Fly Zone celebrates flying purely for the fun of it. Take a photo tour of the area in the January 2019 issue of Sport Aviation.SOURCE
  4. 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/TicketsSOURCE
  5. 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 history.SOURCE
  6. Experience the largest annual gathering of aviation enthusiasts. From unique, historic aircraft to world-class daily air shows, you don’t want to miss the World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration. Give the gift of Oshkosh this season and purchase #OSH19 today! www.EAA.org/av19ticketsSOURCE
  7. When you walk through the Vintage area of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, you’re surrounded by living, breathing pieces of history. Here’s a look back at some of the classics from the 2018 convention.SOURCE
  8. In the summer of 2018, a group of Travel Air pilots got together and hopped rides around the Midwest as part of the American Barnstormers Tour. The three-week tour ended at Oshkosh, offering visitors to AirVenture 2018 a look at the largest gathering of Travel Airs in recent history.SOURCE
  9. To Experience Oshkosh is to be immersed in a seven-day reunion of everything aviation, a gathering of people and airplanes seen no place else on the planet. Oshkosh is a salute to our aviation legacy, an unveiling of today’s latest innovations, and a look at what’s ahead on the next horizon. It is an unmatched experience in flight. Relive #OSH18 and buy now! www.EAA.org/DigitalAV18SOURCE
  10. Every air show performance during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 was exciting, but Saturday found a way to take the cake yet again this year. Relive the excitement of aerobatic performers, big tankers, and everything in between with this video recap of the action.SOURCE
  11. There might be more dust, playa desert, and cowboys in Nevada than in Wisconsin, but the atmosphere, camaraderie, and love for aviation felt all over the dry lakebed at the ninth annual High-Sierra Fly-In had quite the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh convention feel. Check out our short recap of EAA's experience at the event, and watch for a longer video feature and an upcoming EAA Sport Aviation story soon!SOURCE
  12. AirVenture is filled with nonstop action and activities throughout the day, but it doesn’t stop there. Once the sun sets, the fun heats up with a concert, fireworks, Twilight Flight Fest, and a balloon glow.SOURCE
  13. Ivana Fly

    flywitheaa Chino!

    There are perhaps only a handful of places in the aviation world whose facilities, events, and culture are known worldwide by a single word. Oshkosh is one of them, of course, on the short list with places like Blakesburg, Reno, Rhinebeck, Duxford, Wanaka — and Chino. If you love warbirds, and if you appreciate seeing rare or, in many cases, truly unique airplanes doing what they were meant to do — fly — then you owe yourself a visit to Chino and the Planes of Fame Air Museum. EAA staffers were there in May — for more, read the feature story in the November 2018 issue of EAA Sport Aviation magazine.SOURCE
  14. EAA staffers Jim Busha and Hal Bryan spent a few days in Tullahoma, Tennessee, working on a feature about the Beechcraft Heritage Museum and its annual Beech Party fly-in. The full story will be in an upcoming issue of Sport Aviation, but, in the meantime, thanks to the magic of cellphones, here are some of the sights and a few of the sounds they experienced.SOURCE
  15. The Warbirds area is always one of the most popular places to visit during AirVenture. Take a look back at some of the ex-military heavy iron that made EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 one of the best yet.SOURCE
  16. EAA staffer Sara Nisler has been working at EAA for about 7 years. She’s developed a great passion and love for aviation, but never thought she’d take the leap to begin flight training and, eventually, become a pilot. But the aviation bug has bit her and she’s going to learn! She’s going to share what it’s like for her to go through this process – the good, the bad, and the amazing. She starts by selecting her instructor and the type of airplane she wants to learn in. Join her on her journey!SOURCE
  17. EAA took a visit to Utah last weekend and stopped by the Flying Cowboys to see what they were up to. While there, we got to fly with DRACO! Weather prevented any mountain flying and cut the trip short, but it was a blast! Backcountry flying is where it's at!SOURCE
  18. EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 saw several historic homebuilt aircraft anniversaries, plus some newer designs both on the field and in the sky. Get a look at several examples of both, take a look inside some of the EAA homebuilding workshops, and relive Oshkosh with this homebuilt-focused video.SOURCE
  19. Employees from Van’s Aircraft, volunteers, and everyday AirVenture attendees all 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. Take a look at the process, and the gorgeous end result including the airplane in flight, with this triumphant video.SOURCE
  20. A visit to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017 inspired YouTuber Peter Sripol to build his first foam airplane, which then made an appearance in Oshkosh this past summer. Learn about that airplane’s construction and much more with this video, which includes a tour of Peter’s new shop, and look for an upcoming Sport Aviation story about Peter coming soon.SOURCE
  21. There are a lot of ways to get to the EAA Seaplane Base during AirVenture, but the best is also the most obvious — flying in by seaplane. Ride along in a classic Grumman Goose and take a tour of this idyllic aviation haven with a look back at some of the highlights from the area during EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018.SOURCE
  22. EAA’s AirCam, built by volunteers in celebration of the 25th anniversary of the Young Eagles program, is nearing completion! Once flight testing is complete, the aircraft will fly Young Eagles out of EAA’s Pioneer Airport, and support EAA photo missions.SOURCE
  23. If you're looking for your air-to-air photography fix, we've got you covered! Here are some air-to-air photos shot by EAA photographers during the week of #OSH18.SOURCE
  24. The North American XP-82 Twin Mustang has been one of the most highly anticipated warbird restorations in recent memory. After 10 years of perseverance and more than 200,000 man-hours of work, noted warbird restorer Tom Reilly, EAA 802376, has this rare prototype ready to fly again. Read the full story of this remarkable and unique restoration in the August issue of EAA Sport Aviation magazine.SOURCE
  25. L.D. Jeffries, EAA 660758, was looking for something to do in his upcoming retirement from United Airlines — 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. Read the full story of L.D. and his little jet in the August issue of EAA Sport Aviation magazine.SOURCE
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