“One Week Wonder” Day 3: Infectious Enthusiasm
Volunteer Ken Pavlou with "One Week Wonder" and the digital count-down clock.

“One Week Wonder” Day 3: Infectious Enthusiasm »

We checked in at 8:00 am today at the “One Week Wonder” project pavilion where a team of volunteers is determined to build and conduct initial taxi testing of a Zenith CH 750 kit airplane in seven days—front and center in the heart of AirVenture 2014. More

More News

Teacher's Day Draws Educators to AirVenture »

Many educators came to Oshkosh on July 29th to take part in Teacher’s Day here at AirVenture 2014, an annual event sponsored by Build A Plane. More

SocialFlight Expands Offerings »

If you're bored with the $100 hamburger, SocialFlight may some inspirational options. At AirVenture in Oshkosh, SocialFlight is showing off version 4.0 of its application and web site that connects... More

Quest Adds Autopilot Option For Kodiak »

Quest Aircraft is showing its Kodiak utility turboprop at EAA AirVenture this week for the 10th year in a row, and new this year, the airplane can be ordered with the Garmin GFC 700 autopilot... More

Icon Brings First Production Prototype To Oshkosh »

Icon flew its first production prototype of the A5 amphibian, ESN-1, for the first time on July 5, and this week, the company brought the airplane to EAA AirVenture. ESN-1 is one of three copies... More

Girl, 9, Hurt In Beach Landing, Dies »

Oceana Irizarry, 9, who was injured by a Piper Archer making an emergency landing on a Florida beach on Sunday, has died, officials said on Tuesday. Her father, Ommy Irizarry, 36, a sergeant in the... More

Hartzell Engine Technologies Acquires Plane-Power »

In a press conference at AirVenture today, Hartzell Engine Technologies (HET) (sister company to Hartzell Propellers—both owned by Tailwind Technologies) announced that it had acquired the... More

 

Photo galleries:

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014 Photo Gallery #1

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014 Photo Gallery #1 »

Couldn't make it to Oshkosh this year? Bummer. If it's any consolation, you're not alone -- plenty of AVweb readers have so-called "jobs" and "responsibilities," so we'll try to keep you up to speed not only on the latest announcements and... More

Features:

SocialFlight: Providing More Reasons to Fly

SocialFlight: Providing More Reasons to Fly »

Two years ago at EAA's AirVenture, the SocialFlight app was born. Jeff Simon created an app that would run on the Web, any smartphone, and any table, and that, he hoped, would "shake people by the shoulder and say, 'Here's what's happening near... More

Features:

The Prop Strike/Sudden Stop

The Prop Strike/Sudden Stop »

It's possible to do major engine/accessory damage without obviously damaging the prop by hitting water or heavy, tall grass that stops or slows the running engine. The FAA definition of a sudden stoppage, is the engine stopping suddenly in under... More

Features

Press Releases

CTS Releases Bell 407GX Recurrent Training

Computer Training Systems (CTS), the leader in computer-based aviation training, has released a Bell 407GX recurrent systems and procedures training course, specifically designed to meet Part 135 requirements.

CTS Expands Online Training Options to Include International Operations

Computer Training Systems, the leader in computer-based aviation training, has released a comprehensive International Operations overview course.

ANA Chooses Fox as its New Holistic Training Management System

ANA (All Nippon Airways) will implement Britannica Knowledge Systems' Fox training management platform as its new holistic solution for optimizing its training operations.