EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh is not exactly a showcase for business aviation, but according to EAA organizers, the industry is discovering the value of a stage that annually draws a half-million visitors, more than 800 exhibitors, 2,800 show planes and more than 1,000 attractions, workshops and forums. Many of those attending are not only aviation enthusiasts, but are also business aviation pilots and industry executives, as well as owners and operators of business and private jets, says Dick ...


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