EAA AirVenture – 2014 Oshkosh

Throughout AirVenture 2014 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, our Editor  Russ Niles will be  updating this page with information and photos starting on July 28th.

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Glasair with Canadian Clamar Floats

Emily Brown spent some time at the Glasair booth at AirVenture. The Sportsman on display had floats made by Ontario-based Clamar.

Pipistrel Booth Busy During Show

Pipistrel representative David Dixon shows an aircraft during AirVenture. Booths were busy throughout the show.

Texas Turbines‏

Alex Bishop, of Texas Turbines, was pleased with the show traffic at AirVenture 2014.

Wipaire at AirVenture

Wipaire sales rep Brittnie Brink discusses float options with an AirVenture visitor.

Quest Kodiak on Floats

Chad Babbert, of Mission Aviation Fellowship, shows off his organization’s new Quest Kodiak on amphib floats.

Aero Sport active at AirVenture

Rob Wharf, centre, of Aero Sport discusses his company’s engine options with prospective customers.

Epic excited about pending certification

Epic Aircraft Marketing Manager Gale Evans is excited about the pending certification of here company’s airplane.

Covington Aircraft Engines

Aaron Abbott and Ron Hollis of Covington Aircraft Engines enjoyed working the show.

Canadian Presence

EAA Canada has a large booth on some prime real estate near Boeing Plaza. There are plenty of C-registered aircraft here and this one is C-FLUG, the Cessna 150 that is managed and flown by women in Winnipeg to help get females interested in aviation.

Familiar Livery

A former Canadian Armed Forces T-33 sports its last paint job on the warbird flightline as AirVenture enters its second day.

The Canadian Oshkosh Experience

Mark Eberl, second from left, flew a few of his friends to AirVenture 2014 in this beautifully restored RCAF Expeditor from High River, AB. It’s an annual thing for Eberl, who is manager of aviation services at ATCO.

MVP LSA Concept

A Minnesota company has introduced a new amphib LSA with a lot of innovative features thatae it more useful as a recreational investment. The canopy and panel fold up and out of the way to form a large flat deck for fishing, swimming and even sleeping. It will cost $189,000. Sent from my Android phone on TELUS

Welcome to Airventure 2014

Welcome to our Airventure – 2014 Blog

We are here all week and will keep you updated on the entire show with a special emphasis on Canadian Content.