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About AirVenture

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The EAA AirVenture daily schedule is continually updated to provide the latest information about activities, programs and other AirVenture features.

A general daily timeline is as follows (subject to change without notice):

7:00 am - Gates open
8:00 am - EAA AirVenture Museum opens
8:15 am - Forums begin
8:30 am - Workshops begin
9:00 am - Exhibits open
2:30 pm - Air Show start
6:00 pm - Air Show end
8:00 pm - Theater in the Woods program begins
8:30 pm - Fly-In Theater presentation begins

Seaplane Base
The EAA Seaplane Base is located east of the AirVenture grounds on Lake Winnebago. Buses make regular runs between the AirVenture grounds and the Seaplane Base. Buses depart from the Bus Park Tower just outside the Main Gate and the Amphib Parking area at the south end of the airport (fee for this shuttle). Driving to the Seaplane Base is discouraged because of the limited parking.

The Seaplane Base has a full schedule of activities and a number of exhibitors who specialize in water flying products.

Visit the Oshkosh Seaplane Base website for more information.

The Winnebago County Sheriff's Department is located just west of the FAA control tower on Waukau Avenue. EAA Security also has personnel stationed throughout the grounds.

In case of immediate emergency, dial 911 or contact any EAA Security person.

Shipping Services

Portable showers are located in Homebuilt camping, Showplane camping, Ollie's Park (near Vintage camping), and Ultralight camping (South 40). Shower buildings are in Camp Scholler, Transient and North 40 camping, and Warbirds camping.

Shuttle Buses
There are a variety of shuttles that operate from the EAA grounds.

Because aviation fuel is extremely flammable, there is NO SMOKING allowed on the flightline, near any aircraft, or in any EAA buildings. There are designated smoking areas on site. Smoking in a non-designated area is prohibited.

Official EAA merchandise and souvenirs are available throughout the grounds. The Wearhouse, on the west edge of Phillips 66 Plaza, and the Sky Shoppe, just north of Phillips 66 Plaza, are the two primary merchandise buildings. Other merchandise tents are located throughout the grounds.

In addition, some aircraft areas such as Vintage and Warbirds also feature their own merchandise for sale during the event.

Speakers, Forums and Presentations
There are nearly 1,000 presentations on the grounds throughout AirVenture week.

Strollers and wagons are permitted on-site. Strollers are available to rent at the Main Gate entrance through Vista Mobility, Inc.


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