Some Aircraft of Interest at the 2021 EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Gathering of All Things Aviation

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Here’s a brief bit of coverage from the aviation festivities found in Oshkosh, Wisconsin during the Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of the 2021 edition of AirVenture. Over 10,000 aircraft and hundreds of thousands of pilots, crew, friends, families and aviation enthusiasts attended too! Just a few photos of aircraft of note:

Pipistrel Virus SW

Beech Super Kingair 360

Piper M600SLS

Tecnam P-2012

Blackshape Gabriel

Patriot Aircraft LLC PA-18R

Boeing 747-8F

Orbis MD-10-30

Cessna 206 of Samaritan Aviation

Plenty of Douglas transports on the field

 

Plenty of hangar sessions on the Oshkosh grounds too!

Travel Air 6000B

WACO YKC

Aeronca C-3

Lockheed 12 Electra

Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer

Formations weren’t uncommon in the skies over OSH

Howard DGA (Damn Good Airplane)

Myers 200

Skyleader 600

 

 

 

BlackFly V3 electric ultralight

CONSOLIDATED VULTEE 28-5ACF (aka PVB or PBY)

 

Goodyear Zepplin

 

Diamond DA50RG

Pipistrel X152 Pantera

Pilatus PC-12NGX

Bell 505

1957 Cessna 172

Noorduyn Norseman

Travel Air 10D

 

Grumman HU-16 Albatross

Aero L-39C

P-51 Mustang

Warbird formation

Honda Jet Elite S

Departing Beech E-18S


Van’s RV-6

Red dot on Runway 36L reflects on the UPS B-747-8F

Beech D-50B Twin Bonanza

Samaritan’s Purse DC-8-72 Combi

Dornier C-146A Wolfhound

Spray bar on an Air Tractor 802

Prescott Pusher

PZL C-145A Skytruck (Combat Coyote)

Fairchild PT-19 arriving in style

Beech E-18S

 

F-16 Demo Team break from the Heritage Formation


Cirrus Vision

Seen on a tail somewhere at AirVenture

Air Force Special Operations Command formation of a MC-130 and two CV-22s

Smokey Beech 18 flown by Matt Younkin

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Ken Kula

Assignment and Content Editor, writer and photographer A New Englander all of my life, I've lived in New Hampshire since 1981. My passion for all things aviation began at a very early age, and I coupled this with my interest of photography during college in the late 1970s. I spent 32 years in the air traffic control industry, and concurrently, enjoyed my aviation photography and writing adventures, which continue today. I've been quite fortunate to have been mentored by some generous and gifted individuals. I enjoy contributing to this great site, and working with some very knowledgeable and equally passionate aviation followers.

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