For 51 weeks a year, EAA is an international community of more than 180,000 members that nurtures the spirit of flight through a worldwide network of chapters, outreach programs, and other events.
But for one week each summer, EAA members and aviation enthusiasts totaling more than 500,000 from more than 60 countries attend EAA AirVenture at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, where they rekindle friendships and celebrate the past, present, and future in the world of flight.
The World's Greatest Aviation Celebration has it all when it comes to aircraft. Warbirds. Vintage. Homebuilts. Ultralights. Some you would normally find in a hangar at your local airport, others so unique they are the only one of their kind.
Each year, hundreds of companies attract qualified sales leads quickly, easily and affordably when they exhibit at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. Industry leaders consistently report outstanding results from their investment at AirVenture. They meet or exceed sales goals, exceed expectations for lead generation and improve brand awareness year after year.
EAA offers a vast scope of exhibit options throughout the grounds with four exhibit halls, numerous outdoor specialty exhibit areas like the College Park and Innovations Pavilion, and proximity to Homebuilt, Warbirds, Vintage, Aerobatic and Ultralight communities.
When exhibiting at AirVenture, you will have the ability to interact with both the impulse buyer and the planned buyer. For a majority of aircraft owners who attend, AirVenture is a planned buying destination. These owners know they can get what they need in one place during one visit. Their shopping convenience is your opportunity.
EAA members represent every aspect of aviation and often have multiple interests. We fly them. We fix them. We even build them.
EAA members are what we like to call the "keepers of the flame." Sure, we love airplanes. But it goes beyond that.
It's about passion, camaraderie, that ol' can-do spirit, and a grassroots way of sharing our love of aviation with others.
It’s the airplanes that bring us together. It’s the people who keep us coming back.