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NEARBY BUSINESSES

  Aquariums, Zoos, and Botanical Gardens
  Art Museums and Galleries
  Banks
  Gas Stations
  Golf Courses
  Grocery Stores
  Hair Salons
  Movie Theaters
  Religious Services
  Restaurants
  Retail Shopping
  Green Bay Packers
  Wisconsin Timber Rattlers
  More...
About AirVenture

AirVenture A-Z

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IFR arrivals
All Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) arrivals should refer to the AirVenture NOTAM for complete rules and guidelines for instrument arrivals in aircraft.

Included w/admission

  • Access to all Showplane parking areas including:
    Homebuilts, Vintage, Aerobatic, Warbirds, Ultralights, Light Planes, Rotorcraft and Seaplanes
  • AirVenture forums and workshops
  • Daily afternoon air show
  • Opening Day Concert (with Monday and weekly admisssions)
  • EAA membership information and merchandise areas
  • More than one million square feet of commercial exhibits, displays and information from FAA, NASA, NTSB, CAN-AM
  • All AirVenture speaker venues, including Museum Speaker Showcase, KidVenture Hero Stage, Author's Corner, Warbirds in Review, evening programs at "Theater in the Woods" and more
  • AirVenture Museum admission during the event (weekly pass is unlimited admission during AirVenture week; daily admission allows admission that day only)
  • Evening programs at Theater in the Woods and the Fly-In Theater

International Visitors Tent
The International Visitors Tent is located north of Phillips 66 Plaza.  Volunteer interpreters assist visitors in dozens of languages, providing answers about AirVenture, housing, restaurants, shopping and other questions. The International Visitors Tent also serves as a 'home-away-from-home', a place to relax during all the activities.

The International Visitors Tent is also the starting point for the annual Parade of Nations. Members of each nation's contingent march under their respective flags from the International Visitors Tent to the air show announcers' area, where they are welcomed to the event by EAA officials.

Internet Access
A number of locations throughout the Camp Scholler and North 40 areas serve as free Wi-Fi stations and hotspots. In addition, the popular Internet café is available in EAA Welcome Center. Stations, plus ports for laptops, are also available in the Welcome Center area in Camp Scholler.

   

FUTURE AIRVENTURE DATES: 2014: July 28-Aug. 3; 2015: July 20-26; 2016: July 25-31; 2017: July 24-30
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