EAA 2015: Best AirVenture In A Decade

The 11 hour, 1,500+ nm, three-leg return trip from Oshkosh to San Diego in a baby Beech Bonanza give me a full day to reflect on this year’s EAA AirVenture at Wittman. EAA chairman Jack Pelton says that more than 16,200 airplanes landed at Oshkosh, a ten year high. More than 3,000 aircraft arrived...

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