Even as the 2017 AirVenture show highlighted a wealth of new or upgraded products, the best and brightest young minds and the pinnacle of collaboration—a large group of volunteers restoring a 73-year-old Boeing B-29 to flying order—it also signaled possible turbulence ahead as experimental aircraft traditionalists sized up the entry of new breeds of entrepreneurs and new ways of doing business. A walk around the at-capacity Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, during ...

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