Oshkosh 1998 Coverage:
AVweb’s Preliminary Report

AVweb's exclusive daily coverage of AirVenture '98 starts here - before the event!

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AVweb's OSH '98 Preview

Remember Oshkosh

Oshkosh is nigh upon us and AVweb columnist MichaelMaya Charles ruminates about his annual pilgrimage to that littletown in Wisconsin where it’s always 1956. His vivid descriptionsof his memorable, and not so memorable experiences will leaveyou with a sore gut and perhaps a bit damp in the corner of youreyes. MMC also offers up some great suggestions for those whowill be flying into OSH, or those just dreaming of doing it. Remember Oshkosh

AVweb’s Oshkosh Survival Guide
(Part One)

AVweb presents its Oshkosh Survival Guide, an insider’s guide to the hows, whys and wheres of OSH ’98. AVwebcontributor Rick Durden provides you the benefit of his years of OSH experience with tipsyou won’t find anywhere else. This first part of a two-part series covers how to preparefor your pilgrimage to Aviation Mecca, what to bring, where to stay, when to go and whatyou need to know before you get there. AVweb’s OshkoshSurvival Guide — Part One

AVweb’s Oshkosh Survival Guide
(Part Two)

AVweb presents part two of its Oshkosh Survival Guide, an insider’s guide to the hows, whys and wheres of OSH ’98. AVweb contributor Rick Durden provides you the benefit of his years of OSH experience with tips you won’t find anywhere else. This second part of the two-part series covers what you need to know once you arrive, how to get around at the big show, what to do, and what not to do. There’s also some additional tips on aircraft parking with some new-this-year changes that should make things easier for many.AVweb’s Oshkosh Survival Guide – Part Two