For one week every year, Oshkosh Wittman Field is the busiest airport in the world thanks to EAA AirVenture. This year's highlights include the arrival of the Airbus A350, The Ercoupe and the Beech Starship.
GE plans to capitalize on experience gained in developing the GE Czech H80 to develop a clean-sheet 2,000 thermodynamic horsepower general aviation engine suitable for high-performance turboprop business aircraft....More
On Monday, July 20, Icon Aircraft founder and CEO Kirk Hawkins presented keys to the first production A5 light-sport amphibian aircraft to EAA Young Eagles Chairman Sean D. Tucker and EAA Chairman Jack Pelton at AirVenture....More
Just 30 minutes before Piper Aircraft’s press conference was to begin at AirVenture Oshkosh, Piper finalized an agreement with FlightSafety Academy for 26 new training aircraft with options for 20 more, its president and CEO said....More
With thousands of drones already being flown throughout the U.S., unmanned aerial vehicles “are with us here and now” and must be embraced by the Experimental Aviation, says EAA chairman Jack Pelton....More