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A True Gathering... Mass Arrivals Set For Oshkosh 2024

Aircraft Groups Arriving At Oshkosh On July 19-21

The intriguing schedule is set for groups of specific aircraft types to land as mass arrivals before the start of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, which comes July 22-28 at Wittman Regional Airport. 

These groups will arrive at specific times on July 19-21, before opening day.

“These arrivals add to the camaraderie at Oshkosh that makes it aviation’s annual family reunion,” said Sean Elliott, EAA’s vice president of advocacy and safety. “We schedule these mass arrivals in advance to give time for those who might be interested to find more information and complete any additional training that might be required by the individual aircraft group, as well as to let other pilots know when these groups will land at Oshkosh and plan their own arrivals accordingly.”

The established schedule includes the following dates, along with links to the specific aircraft types:

Friday, July 19

  • 11 a.m. – Cherokees to Oshkosh
  • 5 p.m. – Cessnas to Oshkosh

Saturday, July 20

  • 10 a.m. – Mooney Caravan (registration opens February 28)
  • 1 p.m. – Bonanzas to Oshkosh

Information can also be found in the “Flying In” section at EAA.org/AirVenture and will be included in the FAA’s AirVenture Notice (commonly known as NOTAM). These mass arrivals to Oshkosh are organized by independent organizations, which may require membership or additional training and briefing prior to the flight. Arrival times could be altered by weather and other factors.

FMI: www.EAA.org/airventure

 


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