EAA AirVenture 2009 Galleries: Day Three

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EAA AirVenture is now in full swing, which means a couple of things: (1) Our eyes are big as saucers at all the great airplanes and product announcements coming out of the show; (2) we're having a hard time remembering whether it's day two or day three of the show; and (3) there's even more cool stuff to see than yesterday.


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A restored de Havilland Comet racer sits in front of the Vintage Cafe.

Anderson Greenwood AG-17 sits in the vintage area.

Perfectly restored Luscombe Silvair Sedan.

Stearman with a nice shiny prop.

An aerobatic 1944 Globe Swift.

Red Bull sponsors all sorts of airplanes. This is an Albatross.

Air show planes wait for the afternoon show.

Grimes Flying Laboratory.

Air show attendees fly a Wright Flyer simulator.

Replica Wright B Flyer. (It should be flying within a month.)

Two biplanes sit in the Kermit Weeks hangar.

This hangar houses all of the air show airplanes.

Beech Bonanza on very short final.

Aerostar flares for a touchdown.

Kids climb around on airplanes at KidVenture.

Grumman J2F-6 Duck.

Bell 47 takes off for a tour ...

... and another one arrives.

The Doobie Brothers finish off opening day at AirVenture.