EAA holds fast to vision of building a one-million-pilot base and affordable, easy-to-fly aircraft
Staggering fuel prices and a deteriorating economy pose serious threats to general aviationâ€”but the Experimental Aircraft Assn. is optimistic that these will not halt the annual migration of OshÂkoshers eager to embrace new technology and build GAâ€™s future. Nowhere is the passion for aviation so palpable and eloquently expressed. Each year 500,000-650,000 people from around the world, 10,000 private aircraft, 2,500 show aircraft and 800 exhibitors descend on Wittman Regional Airport in ...
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