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Chapter Breakfast — Saturday, June 15

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We are looking forward to seeing everyone at our next Chapter Breakfast on Saturday, June 15th! Bring your (suggested) $5 donation and join us for some great food, plane talk, and camaraderie.

Our breakfast takes place from 8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. at the Crete Airport.

June Meeting — Tuesday, June 4

Our next meeting will be on Tuesday, June 4th. The meeting will begin at 7:30 p.m. and will be at the Duncan Aviation Engine Shop (5000 NW 44th Street — Lincoln, NE).

May Newsletter now available

The May Newsletter is now available; click here to view it.

Nebraska State Fly-In — Saturday, June 1

Harry Barr's Hiperbipe at the 2014 Nebraska State Fly-In in York

Harry Barr’s Hiperbipe at the 2014 Nebraska State Fly-In in York

The 2019 Nebraska State Fly-In will be at Gordon Municipal Airport (GRN) on Saturday, June 1. There will be a number of displays, vendors, and other entertainment.

For more information and to view a flyer on the event, click here to visit the Nebraska Aviation Council.

EAA AirVenture 2019 — July 22-28


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Counting down the days to Oshkosh

AirVenture 2019 is quickly approaching! We’re less than three months away from the world’s greatest aviation celebration which will take place July 22-28, 2019.

About AirVenture

AirVenture takes place once a year around the end of July in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. EAA’s renowed annual Airventure Fly-in Convention showcases in one week what EAA is involved in throughout the year. The event draws more than 500,000 people from over 60 different countries. Thousands of people fly-in their planes that they own and/or have built themselves and share their experiences and expertise.

AirVenture boasts forums, daily air shows, aerobatics, workshops, over 700 exhibitors, and much more. You can find many different types of aircraft—homebuilt, vintage, ultralights, to name a few—including some that are truly unique.

Planning your experience

Check the AirVenture website for schedules and updates. Click here to go to the schedules page. As the schedule takes shape for 2019, you will be able to find all of the latest information there, along with features that allow you to search keywords to help you plan your trip to the air show.

Links from EAA

AirVenture in previous years

Our photos from over the years: AirVenture 2018; AirVenture 2017; AirVenture 2016; AirVenture 2015; AirVenture 2013; AirVenture 2012; AirVenture 2011; AirVenture 2010.

Will you be there?

We’re always looking for photos and stories for the website and newsletter. Send them to webmaster@eaa569.org.