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For a pilot, there are very few feelings like “rocking your wings” and landing on one of the colored runway dots at Wittman Regional Airport for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh.
More than 10,000 airplanes descend on these runways during the week, giving it the “world’s busiest airport” moniker for good reason.
Use these resources to make your upcoming flight into and out of Oshkosh a smooth one.
Read these 10 tips for flying into Oshkosh →
The EAA AirVenture NOTAM is required reading and should be part of a pilot's pre-flight preparation. Information coming soon.
These tips will help your flight to Oshkosh be an enjoyable one.
See current and forecast weather information in and around Oshkosh and EAA AirVenture, courtesy of the National Weather Service.
A detailed look at each step of the traditional VFR arrivals, plus a typical VFR departure.
Get information on parking, safety, repair, and much more.
Find out where you can fill up en route to and while at Oshkosh.
A guide for ultralight, light-sport aircraft, and homebuilt rotorcraft flight arrival procedures.
Special procedures for those flying into the Seaplane Base on Lake Winnebago.
Information for those piloting aircraft into the United States.
Several airports served by major carriers are a short drive to all the fun in Oshkosh.