AVweb's AirVenture 2008 Galleries: Day Five

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EAA AirVenture 2008 is in full swing, and we're having a blast. Take a few moments to wander the show grounds with us in this virtual walkaround.


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A B-25 lands on runway 36L.

The line for departures Thursday morning stretched along the full length of runway 36.

The F-22 raptors arrived Thursday morning.

An F-22 Raptor holds its nose in the air after landing on runway 36.

The B-17 "Yankee Lady" touches down at Oshkosh.

There's much to see along the main flight line road.

When in Wisconsin, eat brats.

Mark Holmquist of Atlanta polishes his Beech Staggerwing in the vintage aircraft parking area.

A trike departs the ultralight runway for another lap around the pattern.

A Quicksilver taxis out for departure.

Demo rides were quite common on the flightline.

Up close and personal with a B-25.

The Goodyear Blimp hides behind the treeline near Pioneer Airport.

Cessna 195 parking only!

But can you swim faster than this shark?

With a big enough pedal, anything can fly!

A DC-3 departs the runway.

Spectators watch takeoffs and landings from the bleachers next to the ultralight runway.

Cessna 150 Aerobat taildragger.

The AirVenture Museum, Pioneer Airport, and the Nature Center. Photo by Adam Cutler.

The campground shuttle bus was a popular tool for visitors.

EAA camping!

Good morning, EAA!

The internet cafe at the Members Village.