About EAA Oshkosh
the Experimental Aircraft Association, is an international aviation membership association founded in 1953 and headquartered
in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. EAA sponsors many aviation education programs including the EAA Young Eagles program.
More than 170,000 people currently belong to EAA, with local Chapters located in all 50 states and many countries. Members
are aviation enthusiasts of every age group, including many airline and commercial pilots, engineers, business people and
Our members enjoy all types of airplanes, including "experimental" aircraft, those aircraft built by
individual craftsmen, rather than in a factory. "Experimental" refers to the category of aircraft designed by the
Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for these types of airplanes. Similar to standard category aircraft, Experimental aircraft
are inspected and certified airworthy by FAA.
EAA's corporate offices and extensive AirVenture Museum
are located in Oshkosh. EAA is a 501(c)(3) organization, recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. EAA hosts one of the
world's largest general aviation events, the annual EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Fly-In. The event draws more than 700,000 people
and 10,000 aircraft to Oshkosh each summer.
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