Sole Survivor - B-26K/A-26A Special Kay
One of the warbird highlights at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 was Special Kay, the only flying Douglas B-26K/A-26A Invader in the world. This twin-engine medium bomber/attack aircraft has been recently restored to its mid-’60s.
Twilight Flight Fest Returns to AirVenture
After a successful debut at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2017 and an expanded sophomore lineup during AirVenture 2018, Twilight Flight Fest at the Fun Fly Zone will return for AirVenture 2019.
One Plus One Equals 110
When Sergei Yakovlev, son of legendary Soviet aircraft designer Alexander Sergeyevich Yakovlev, was working on the aerobatic Yak-55 back in 1980, he probably never imagined anything like this.
Valiant Genealogy - Jim Irwin's BT-13
The Irwin family’s BT-13 Valiant has come full circle for new caretaker Jim Irwin.
Finding The Spirit of Aviation in the Backcountry: High-Sierra Fly-In
Flying. Friendships. Backcountry. Bushplanes. Desert. Dust. Camaraderie. Camping. The love for aviation felt all over the dry lakebed at the ninth annual High Sierra Fly-In had quite the EAA AirVenture Oshkosh convention feel.
Celebrate 50 Years in Oshkosh This Summer!
We're just two months away from the start of #OSH19! This summer marks 50 consecutive years of hosting our fly-in convention in Oshkosh and we'll be celebrating the occasion throughout the week of AirVenture. Join us this July: www.EAA.org/tickets
Fifty Years of 'Happiness' - celebrating half-century of the Hatz
It’s been 50 years since John Hatz made the first flight of his CB-1, a biplane he designed for himself when he couldn’t find exactly what he wanted on the market. In the decades since, people have fallen in love with the design and built their own.