EAA AirVenture 2011: Photo Gallery — Day Two
As AirVenture 2011 opened to the general public, the clouds peeled back and allowed the sun to welcome visitors. Once again, Adam Cutler logged serious mileage on his golf cart to bring back a photo record of the day.
The Bell-47s are working hard.
The Aluminium Overcast.
Cockpit of the Farmers Airship.
A Mohawk sits on display.
Plenty to see in the warbirds section.
A Beech Staggerwing takes off.
An Angel. Certainly a unique airplane.
A formation of Bonanzas takes off for a fly-over.
The Ford Tri-motor touches down. It will be giving rides all week.
A Pitts also makes a good clothesline.
Airplanes, airplanes, airplanes.
What a great start to an air show!
The HondaJet makes a demo flight at Oshkosh.
A tribute to Burt Rutan.
A Gweduck (pronounced "gooey-duck"). Strange lavatory door, huh?
The Aerostar team puts their YAKs into action.
Mike Goulian and his extreme aerobatics.
Kent Pietsch touches down on the world's smallest runway.