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Oshkosh NOTAM Clarification: Minor Change in ID for Warbird/Turbine Arrivals

Changes to the Warbird/Turbine Arrival Are Found On Page 17 Of The NOTAM

Pilots using the turbine/warbird arrival route to Wittman Regional Airport should be aware of a slight clarification in the AirVenture NOTAM issued by the FAA. It is found on Page 17 of the NOTAM.

This procedure is restricted to high performance turbojet, turboprop, and Warbird aircraft capable of cruising at 130 knots or greater. Slower Warbird aircraft shall use the VFR Arrival from the ATC designated Transition.

The city of Fond du Lac is the entry point for all Turbine/Warbird arrivals. Monitor the AirVenture Arrival ATIS (125.9) for anticipated landing runways.

The Warbird Island ID, which is used as a transition point from Fond du Lac to Wittman Regional Airport (KOSH) is now correctly identified as VPWAR.

If you previously received a printed NOTAM or downloaded your NOTAM online prior to June 28, please make this notation as part of your preflight planning. The Warbird Island ID is now properly identified in software and apps such as ForeFlight as well.

The 2021 NOTAM is required reading for all pilots flying to AirVenture, whether they are landing at Oshkosh or one of the neighboring airports listed in the NOTAM.

The free 32-page booklet is an absolute must if you're flying an aircraft to Oshkosh. It outlines all arrival/departure procedures, radio frequencies, Wittman Regional Airport details, and much more.

FMI: www.eaa.org/airventure/eaa-fly-in-flying-to-oshkosh/eaa-airventure-oshkosh-notam

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