Air Venture

Video: AirVenture 2014 -- What You Have to Say »

You've been watching, listening, and reading our coverage of AirVenture 2014 at Oshkosh all week, so we sent AVweb's bright-eyed intern Ashley Anglisano to the flight line, to the exhibits, and to walk the grounds to hear what some of this year's attendees have to say about the show, why they came, and what they like best. More

Airbus To Join Perlan Project »

The Perlan Project, a not-for-profit research company developed to research atmospheric conditions utilizing sailplanes flying at extremely high altitudes, announced today at AirVenture that aircraft manufacturer Airbus is teaming with it to further its scientific endeavors. More

Podcast: EAA's Pelton -- Attendance Up Double Digits »

On Saturday, EAA's Jack Pelton told AVweb that, although final figures aren't in yet, for some days during AirVenture, attendance has increased by nearly double digits. Hear more in this exclusive AVweb podcast with Pelton. More

A "Manifesto" For Aircraft Maintenance »

Mike Busch, master aircraft mechanic and CEO of Savvy Aircraft Maintenance Management, introduced his first book during a forum at EAA AirVenture on Wednesday. "Manifesto: A Revolutionary Approach to General Aviation Maintenance" sets forth Busch's minimalist, reliability-centered, cost-efficient philosophy of aircraft maintenance and ownership honed over 40 years of experience as an aircraft owner, maintenance consultant, and owner advocate. More

Scholarships, Support Abound At AirVenture »

While all the attention at AirVenture tends to focus on the technology, every year the event brings together people who provide support for youth, for veterans, for the disabled and more, all united by their fascination with flight. More

Terrafugia Continues Design Work »

Terrafugia didn't repeat their flying-car demo flights this year at EAA AirVenture, choosing to leave the Transition aircraft back at the factory in Woburn, Massachusetts, to continue drive testing. But the team had a presence at the show in the new Innovations Pavilion, where they displayed a full-scale test version of a motor pod they're working on for their next design, the TF-X. More

"One Week Wonder" Day Six: More Details »

The team of volunteers is still on schedule to completely assemble and taxi test a Zenith CH 750 during the convention—which means by the end of the day, tomorrow. More

Video: Avidyne Wins IFD540 Certification »

Snagged in the FAA certification process for a couple of years, Avidyne announced at AirVenture 2014 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, that it has won final FAA approval for the IFD540 GPS — a direct slide-in replacement for the Garmin GNS530W. Avidyne's Tom Harper updates the status in this AVweb Product Minute video. More

Video: AOPA's Yellowbird 150/152 Refurbs »

At AirVenture 2014 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, AOPA showed off its new refurbished Cessna 150/152s for the training market. AVweb talks to AOPA's Mark Baker about the new project. More