It Only Gets Better
More Oshkosh, More Streaming Video
So far at AirVenture 2003, we've seen something of everything: breezy sunshine, pouring rain, blue skies, gray overcasts, lightning, and threats of hail. But the crowds here continue to grow undaunted. Showplanes keep streaming into the field, and aviation fans with their families, backpacks, and cameras swarm the grounds. Yesterday, a couple of Harriers were added to the list of aircraft to fill Aeroshell Square; the two jets are scheduled to arrive this morning to join a diverse group of unique aircraft already in place. With the weekend still ahead, the camping areas bursting at the seams, and the celebration of flight in full swing, this year's show promises to be one that won't soon be forgotten.
Enjoy the latest installment along with installments #1, #2 and #3 of AVweb/AirsideTV’s free streaming video coverage of AirVenture 2003. Thanks to our AirVenture partner AirsideTV, AVweb readers will enjoy this exciting video supplement to our in-depth Oshkosh coverage including an up-close view of the Boeing 307 Stratoliner, which is bound to Virginia for the Smithsonian's Air and Space Museum Stephen F. Udvar-Hazy Center. We’ll also give you a peek at the Orbis DC-10 flying eye-care hospital and P-51 Mustangs showing off for the AirVenture crowd. Of course, this is just a sample of our unique extended-play video coverage, where pay-per-view subscribers get a front-row seat to the flight display plus exclusive interior tours of the larger aircraft.