EAA AirVenture 2011: Photo Gallery — Day Three
Everyone's getting into the spirit of AirVenture. Today we sent Adam down to the afternoon airshow and around the grounds to get a few shots worth sharing with our readers who can't be here.
An Aerostar retrofitted with jet engines.
The controllers work hard up in the new tower.
A polished Lockheed Electra couldn't be more gorgeous.
A Velocity taxis out.
Who knows — ?
A Japanese Zero. One of only three airworthy in the world.
An Antarctic bush plane. Think you might need an engine heater?
Certainly interesting, to say the least. We like it.
A Beech Staggerwing basks in its glory.
A gorgeous 140 parked in the vintage area.
The Blue Angles get to have fun. This is just the take-off.
The Farmer's Airship makes its rounds over EAA AirVenture.
Julie Clark flies her T-34 to "God Bless America."
Kent Pietsch flying his Interstate Cadet.
The Aeroshell team perform in their T-6s.
Four legendary aircraft are flown in a tribute to the legendary Bob Hoover.
Part of that tribute was the Shrike flying aerobatics.
A P-51 Mustang taxis out.