E X H I B I T O R ' S G U I D E - EAA AirVenture

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E X H I B I T O R ' S G U I D E - EAA AirVenture

THE WORLD’S GREATEST AVIATION CELEBRATION

E A A A I R V E N T U R E O S H K O S H

E X H I B I T O R ’ S

G U I D E

J U L Y 2 7 - A U G U S T 2 , 2 0 0 9


TABLE O f CONTENTS

Introduction .......................................................................... 1

The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration ............................... 2

The Spirit of AirVenture .......................................................... 3

New Multi-Year Application ................................................... 4

Application for Space ............................................................ 4

Space Allocations ................................................................. 4

Priority for Space Allocations .................................................. 4

Booth Payment/Cancellations ................................................. 4

Restrictions ........................................................................... 5

Electricity ............................................................................. 5

Registration .......................................................................... 6

Exhibit Hours ........................................................................ 6

Other Important Information ................................................... 6

Service Contractors ............................................................... 6

Lodging ............................................................................... 6

Main Aircraft Display Layout/Prices ........................................ 7

North Aircraft Display & Ultralight Layout/Prices ...................... 8

fly Market Layout/Prices ........................................................ 9

Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Exhibit Hangar A

Layout & Booth Prices .......................................................... 10

Bendix/King by Honeywell Exhibit Hangar B

Layout & Booth Prices .......................................................... 11

North Exhibit Hangar C Layout & Booth Prices ....................... 12

South Exhibit Hangar D Layout & Booth Prices ....................... 13

Exhibitor’s Site Map ...................................................... 14, 15

Workshops/forums & Event Sales ......................................... 16

EAA Electronic Advertising ................................................... 17

EAA AirVenture Today Advertising .................................. 18, 19

EAA AirVenture Official Program Book Advertising ........... 20, 21

EAA Year-round Advertising ........................................... 22, 23


Dear EAA AirVenture Exhibitor,

For seven days each summer, the aviation community focuses

on EAA AirVenture Oshkosh. The event is a testament to the

profound passion and diverse interests of aviation enthusiasts

from around the world—and the ways in which AirVenture

Oshkosh encompasses them all.

The event is significant for the companies who serve a

broad spectrum of the aviation community. It enables EAA’s

commercial partners to have an unmatched forum to present

their innovative products and services to the most dedicated

community of aviation consumers.

To continue as a world-class aviation event, EAA has been

focusing on AirVenture improvements. You will see significant changes at AirVenture 2009. Upgraded

outdoor exhibit space will be evident, and expanded by nearly 50 percent.

Improvements to the exhibitor areas are being made based upon your input as well as that of our members

and guests. We want your AirVenture investment to be as rewarding as possible. The reconfiguration of

the grounds will create significantly more prime exhibit space along main thoroughfares, improving lines

of sight and simplifying navigation. The commercial exhibits are rated highly each year—so an enjoyable

experience means attendees stay longer, purchase more, and keep coming back. This translates to more

traffic and business for you.

Other improvements you will see at EAA AirVenture 2009 will be upgraded shower facilities, more shaded

rest areas, better transportation, campsite improvements, plus additional amenities—all to make the

AirVenture experience as enjoyable as possible.

For the first time, we are presenting the opportunity to lock-in your exhibit space for future years through a

multi-year agreement. This year’s EAA AirVenture Oshkosh exhibitor’s guide will provide you with all the

information needed to continue—or begin—your partnership with EAA.

I look forward to seeing you in Oshkosh, July 27th through August 2nd, 2009.

Sincerely,

Tom Poberezny

President, EAA

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EAA AIRVENTURE OSHKOSH—

THE WORLD’S GREATEST AVIATION CELEBRATION

In late July, the town of Oshkosh, Wisconsin,

begins to grow exponentially as hundreds of

thousands of aviation enthusiasts from around

the world converge on EAA AirVenture Oshkosh.

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh—EAA’s annual convention

and fly-in—has become the largest general aviation

gathering in the world thanks to the passion of EAA

members. Their devotion, spirit, and high standards

have created an environment that attracts everyone from

aviation luminaries to those just curious about airplanes.

Once here, attendees take in the daily air show, 10,000

aircraft, more than 500 forums and workshops and, most

importantly, the spirit of aviation that EAA is committed to

carrying on.

Because EAA AirVenture Oshkosh has gained a welldeserved

reputation as the launching pad for aviation

innovations, AirVenture Oshkosh is also where these same

enthusiasts come to visit with exhibitors and scout out their

next big purchase. Oshkosh has also become known as

aviation’s largest shopping mall.

It’s at Oshkosh where aviators learn what’s new and

exciting in the aviation field. It’s where new products and

innovations are unveiled before a knowledgeable—and

eager—audience. It’s where successful partnerships are

formed and where customers are born.

With an on-site audience of more than 540,000 in

2008, and an estimated 37,000 campers on site for the

seven-day event, companies have endless opportunities

to capture their attention. AND they can reach this select

audience—the most qualified fliers and buyers in general

aviation—when they’re most excited about flying.

This makes partnering with EAA the ultimate opportunity

to enhance your company’s identity while supporting the

spirit of aviation that AirVenture Oshkosh represents.


EAA CARRIES ON THE SPIRIT Of AIRV ENTURE

A LL YEAR LONG

The passion, diversity, participation, and fun you find for seven days at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is exactly

what you find within the community of EAA members all year long.

EAAers have formed nearly 1,000 chapters worldwide to share, support, and enhance their love of flying

and building airplanes. And together they participate in more than 15,000 local and regional flying events.

Members also work to share the spirit of aviation with the next generation of pilots, engineers, and

designers by supporting EAA’s youth education programs. These include the new EAA student membership,

AeroScholars, Air Academy, and the Young Eagles program. Since 1992, the Young Eagles program has

impacted the lives of more than 1.4 million young people. Each of EAA’s youth education programs inspires

the sense of wonder and possibility that will develop the innovators and aviators of tomorrow.

To preserve aviation’s past—which has inspired mankind for more than a century—the EAA AirVenture

Museum was constructed with the help and donations of EAA members. To help others appreciate the

legendary aircraft of bygone eras, EAA chapters host annual tours of its B-17 and ford Tri-Motor in more

than 55 cities.

Over the coming years, it is EAA’s goal—with support

from our partners—to improve access to the association’s

rich archival material and resources via the Internet.

By facilitating the sharing of members’ knowledge,

experience, and passion, we can enhance the innovation

and participation that takes place among this community

of aviation enthusiasts.

Working together, EAA nurtures the environment in

which people share the fun and camaraderie of flying.

This environment is supported through the generosity of

members, donors, volunteers, and corporate partners.

Becoming part of this community is an opportunity for

your company to be part of something you believe in,

support the future of aviation, and connect with the

most passionate community of aviation enthusiasts

all year long.

EAA—where the spirit of aviation takes flight!

for more information regarding EAA partnership opportunities,

contact us at 1.800.236.1025 or via e-mail at sponsorship@eaa.org.

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EXHIBITOR SPACE

NEW – MULTI-YEAR APPLICATIONS

Guarantee your space for two – five years!

EAA is now allowing companies to sign a multi-year application.

The multi-year application can be for the duration of two – five

years. The multi-year application will not only ensure EAA of your

commitment but will also allow exhibiting companies to retain

the same location for the duration of the multi-year application.

If your company signs a multi-year application and cancels

their participation, there will be no guarantee that the spot they

reserved will be there for them in the future. When signing a multiyear

application your company is still subject to rate adjustments

each year, and changes to rules and regulations. For the first year

EAA will require each company to fill out an exhibitor application

and mark your choice for the multi-year agreement. Each year to

follow EAA will send the Exhibitor’s Guide with a form for your

company to sign, acknowledging your intention to participate in

that year’s show and an invoice for your exhibit space(s).

application for space

• Exhibitors shall abide by the terms and conditions stated in the

Exhibitor Documents, which may be amended (by additions,

deletions, or changes) by EAA through Exhibitor Bulletins.

Exhibitors shall conform to all space sizes on the floor plan/

layouts that have been provided to the Exhibitors. Full payment

must accompany completed/signed original application. A

detailed description of the product and/or service you plan

to sell/show must appear on the front of application. Outdoor

display exhibitors must send a diagram of exhibit layout (graph

paper provided).

• Applications that are incomplete, not signed and do not include

full payment will not be processed and will be returned to sender.

Payment sent without completed application will not be processed

and also will be returned to sender.

EAA reserves the right to apply funds paid with this application

to any outstanding invoices which are past due in the name of

the applicant.

EAA reserves the right to deny space to any company whose

products or services are not directly related to aviation.

• Any deviation from the standard booth size must have prior

approval along with diagram of booth set-up.

• Please note: All floor plans and layouts are subject to change.

SPACE ALLOCATIONS

• No reservations of booth space will be accepted over the

telephone or by fax.

• Application and payment acknowledgment will be mailed to you

upon receipt of application.

• Space assignments will begin in January 2009. EAA will attempt

to accommodate each applicant’s preferred location. However, if

all booth choices indicated by applicant are unavailable, EAA will

assign the best available space.

• DO NOT ASSUME YOU HAVE A SPACE.

EAA reserves the right to refuse any exhibitor’s application for

space or to limit products sold or exhibited by the exhibitor.

PRIORITY FOR SPACE ALLOCATIONS

PRIORITY 1 – EAA Partners/Past Aviation

Related Exhibitors

A: Total Partnership

B: Longevity (consecutive)

C: Aviation-related

D: Lottery Draw

PRIORITY 2 – Aviation-Related New Exhibitors

A: Registered Date

B: Lottery Draw

PRIORITY 3 – Non-Aviation-Related Past Exhibitors

A: Registered Date

B: Longevity (consecutive)

C: Partnership

D: Lottery Draw

PRIORITY 4 – Non-Aviation-Related New Exhibitors

A: Registered Date

B: Lottery Draw

PRIORITY 5 – All Applications

Postmarked after December 15th

A: Product Type

B: Registered Date

C: Lottery Draw

TO RESERVE SPACE OR FOR MORE INFORMATION:

ph: 1.800.236.1025 | fax: 920.232.7772 | e-mail: exhibits@eaa.org

BOOTH PAYMENT/CANCELLATIONS

• Full payment must accompany completed and signed application.

After April 1, 2009, certified check, credit card or money order is

required.

• Applications that are incomplete, not signed and do not include full

payment will not be processed and will be returned to sender.

Payment sent without completed application will not be processed

and also will be returned to sender.

• Partial payments or post dated checks will not be accepted.

• Exhibitor cancellation of exhibit space must be made in writing.

After April 1, 2009, refund of exhibit fees will be made only when

display area is full and your space is reassigned (allow 6-8 weeks

for refund).

• Any space not claimed by 12:00 noon of the day preceding EAA

AirVenture may be reassigned without refund.


RESTRICTIONS

• Effective for AirVenture 2009, Companies seeking commercial

display space to sell Non-Branded Merchandise will be limited

to the outdoor Fly Market exhibit area only and will be limited

to a select number of companies. The giveaway of hats/apparel

will no longer be permitted. Companies will be permitted to sell

their company branded merchandise in their commercial display

space and will be expected to follow EAA’s TRADEMARKS

POLICY (see back of application). Branded Merchandise is

defined as goods that are identified by company brand names.

This contrasts Non-Branded Merchandise, which is defined

as generic brands and is identified only by commodity type.

• Indoor Exhibitors may install at their own expense special signs,

displays, counters, shelving and similar items not to exceed 8

feet in height along the rear of the booth and 8 feet in height

along no more than 1/2 of the side dividers from the rear of

the booth. In designing and setting up an exhibit, each Exhibitor

shall comply with the following requirements: (1) no materials

may be hung from the building structure (i.e. no guy wires from

building to rafters, no signs attached to walls); (2) shelving,

signs, etc. extending above the side dividers must be approved

in advance by EAA and have the backside thereof covered

to the satisfaction of the EAA Exhibit Chairman; (3) noisemakers,

disruptive audio, flashing signs and other attention

getting devices, deemed so by EAA, are not allowed; (4) no

air compressors or other engine or motor driven equipment are

allowed to be operated before 6:00 a.m. or after 9:00 p.m. in

the outdoor exhibit display areas; (5) outdoor exhibits may not

exceed 25’ in height; (6) NO INFLATABLES (including helium

balloons) are allowed in indoor or outdoor displays; and (7)

any use of air conditioners in the indoor exhibit buildings is

strictly prohibited. Any deviations from the standard booth size

must have prior written approval by EAA along with a diagram

of the booth set-up.

• Business solicitations/demonstrations must be confined

exclusively to registered exhibitors in their exhibit space.

Advertising material of any description may be displayed and

distributed only within the booth(s) assigned to the exhibitor

presenting such material. No exhibitor shall assign, sublet or

share the whole or any part of the space allocated.

• Products which no exhibitor may sell/distribute include camping

supplies, flying objects (i.e. any type of kite, balloon or model

airplanes, toys that shoot, fling or otherwise operate by rubber

bands), no generators other than “Honda” brand and no food

and drink sales or giveaways. Also, no solicitation or sales

of credit cards, no sales or rental of video recorders or movie

cameras, film or supplies. Photos and videos taken at this event

are not to be used for commercial gain.

• RADIO SPECTRUM – Exhibitor shall not operate any wireless

com munication or other device that operates within any of the

following frequency ranges: 902-928 MHz, 2.4000-2.4835

GHz or 5.7-5.9 GHz, nor any other device that interferes with

communications used in the operation of AirVenture and related

offerings.

• Running of engines is permitted in Outdoor Display Areas only

(without prop). This effort is authorized only if monitored and

deemed safe by exhibit co-chairman and his/her designated

representative, if it is properly muffled so as not to disturb fellow

exhibitors.

EAA reserves the right to restrict exhibits which, because of

noise, method of operation or any other reasons, become

objectionable. Please plan appropriate booth size. If many

people are expected to congregate at one time, demonstration

areas should not be placed on the aisle line of the exhibit.

Normal aisle traffic cannot be interfered with at any time.

• The use of personal vehicles (golf carts, mini-bikes, bicycles,

etc.) is prohibited.

• Any demonstrations increasing liability will not be allowed (i.e.

fires). Support equipment (i.e. antenna installations on buildings)

will be allowed only if properly cleared and authorized prior

to event by EAA. Damage will be the responsibility of the

commercial exhibitors.

• No pets are allowed on convention site.

• Failure to abide by these terms and conditions may result in

immediate dismissal from current EAA event, or any subsequent

or future event.

• STANDARD BOOTH EQUIPMENT—All standard indoor booths

provided by EAA are furnished with an 8-foot backdrop of

drapery material and two side dividers 36” high. EAA shall

provide Exhibitor a 7” x 44” sign containing the Exhibitor’s

name. EAA shall have no obligation to provide any other

equipment or supplies to the Exhibitors. Exhibitors shall use only

EAA’s official applicationors/suppliers for the rental, drayage

and set-up of chairs, tables, incidental equipment, canopies and

tents. A list of the official applicationors/suppliers is contained

in the Exhibitor’s Guide.

• CLEANING OF EXHIBIT AREA—EAA shall cause all aisles to be

kept clean. To maintain maximum cleanliness, Exhibitors shall

appoint one of their staff to clean their booth at the close of

each day, when debris from the booth should be placed neatly

in the aisle where it will be gathered by EAA. The Exhibitor

will be responsible for additional cleaning as is required and

shall keep the space clean and orderly at all times. EAA may

assess damages of up to $500.00 per occurrence for cleaning

Exhibitor’s area either during or after AirVenture.

• VEHICLE ACCESS—Exhibitors may drive vehicles onto these

sites only during set-up and tear down and between 8:00 am –

9:00 am and 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm. If an exhibitor requires the

use of a vehicle other than an RV or Camper, in their display

during show hours, the exhibitor must contact EAA and receive

written approval. Vehicles on site other than these times will

be towed at the owner’s cost. At other times, the vehicles shall

be parked in the assigned exhibitor parking lot. Trailers and

oversized vehicles will park in an area designated by EAA (NO

EXCEPTIONS).

• CAMPING –Exhibitors camping in their assigned space in the

Fly Market, Main Aircraft Display and the North Aircraft Display

will be charged a flat camping fee. No other camping in the

exhibit or display areas is permitted. Exhibitors desiring to camp

shall register with the EAA Exhibit office in order to receive

appropriate camping credentials. Those Exhibitors camping in

Camp Scholler must pay the posted fee.

ELECTRICITY

• A maximum of 750 watts or 6 amps at 120 volts is furnished with

the price of each Fly Market site.

• A maximum of 1500 watts or 12 amps at 120 volts is furnished

with the price of each Main Aircraft Display site.

• A maximum of 750 watts or 6 amps at 120 volts is furnished

with the price of each booth located in Aviation Exhibit Hangars

(A, B, C & D).

• Electrical is not available in the Ultralight Display sites.

• Requests for increase in electrical power must be accomplished

by May 15, 2009. The exhibitor will pay EAA for all costs

incurred in increasing electrical power to an assigned space.

• No generators are allowed in exhibit spaces, without prior

written approval from EAA.

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REGISTRATION

• Each exhibitor must wear an AirVenture wristband which

provides access to the event. Exhibitor ribbons allow access

to exhibit hangars between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. Exhibitors must

be registered by Noon the day preceding opening day of

AirVenture 2009.

EXHIBIT HOURS

• Exhibitors shall ensure that their exhibits are open from

9:00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. for the duration of AirVenture.

Outdoor exhibits may be open prior to 9:00 a.m. and

remain open after 5:00 p.m. Exhibitors are required to man

their exhibits and to actively promote their products/service

during the hours stated above.

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION

• Amusement Ride Registration—Section Comm Ch. 34.04(1)

and Comm Ch 2.20 of the Wisconsin Administrative Code

require that amusement rides be registered with the Department

of Commerce each calendar year.

DEFINITION OF AMUSEMENT RIDES—”Amusement ride”

means a device or animal that carries, transports of supports

passengers in unusual, entertaining or thrilling modes of motion

and any vehicle providing entertainment or transportation in

conjunction with an amusement ride, including, but not limited

to, rider-powered and power-driven thrill rides, mild rides

and ride-throughs, walk throughs, air pillows, giant slides,

and animal rides. Vehicles include parking lot trams, old fire

engines, stage coaches and trains. “Amusement ride” does not

include aircraft under the jurisdiction of the federal aviation

administrations, railroad trains under the jurisdiction of the

federal railroad administration or boats used on navigable

waters. Registration for Amusement rides is the exclusive

responsibility of the Exhibitor. EAA will be enforcing the

registration of all Amusement Rides, which is mandatory by

the state of Wisconsin. Exhibitors shall obtain information on

regulations from:

SAFETY AND BUILDINGS DIVISION

Inspection and Safety Support Section

608/266-2780

http://www.commerce.state.wi.us/sb or http://www.wisconsin.gov

• Wisconsin State Sales Tax—Payment of Wisconsin State Sales

Tax on Exhibitor transactions is the exclusive responsibility of

the Exhibitor. Exhibitors shall obtain information on regulations

from: Wisconsin Department of Revenue, Compliance Center

608/266-2776

• Raffles and other activities involving money for “chance” are

not allowed.

• FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Materials used in the construction and

decoration of an exhibit must be flame retardant.

The Department of Industry, Labor and Human Relations of the

State of Wisconsin, states in ILHR 14.55 Fire Extinguishers and

other fire protection equipment. (1) FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. Fire

extinguishers and other fire protection equipment shall be provided

in every tent as follows: (a) One 2-A type extinguisher shall be

provided in every tent having a floor area of more than 500

square feet but less than 1000 square feet and also one in each

adjacent tent. One additional 2-A type extinguisher shall be

provided for each additional 2000 square feet or fraction thereof.

Fire extinguishers are the responsibility of each Exhibitor.

All cartons, crates, containers, and packing materials necessary

for repackaging or other combustible items should not be stored

behind drapes or display walls. All unwanted packing material

should be deposited in the nearest trash receptacle.

Exhibitors may contact the Fire Inspector at

920-236-5241 for compliance requirements.

No fires allowed to demonstrate product - No fuel

is allowed in your exhibit. Safety first at all times.

• The State of Wisconsin requires that the host

(EAA AirVenture) maintain information on any

give-away promotions by any entity during EAA

AirVenture. We must comply, but we also wish to

serve the EAA member calling us after the event,

asking who won that particular giveaway. Please

register the activity with the Exhibit Manager’s

Office and advise us of the winner(s) name(s).

• Alcoholic beverages and intoxicants—Exhibitor

shall not use or bring to the AirVenture grounds

any alcoholic beverages or any other intoxicants.

• No smoking—Exhibitor shall not smoke in

commercial exhibit buildings, or within 25

feet of any aircraft in and around the outdoor

commercial display area, or in areas posted with

no smoking signs.

• Shipping—Exhibitor shall not ship anything to

Wittman Regional Airport, Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Exhibitor shall comply with the shipping instructions

contained in the Exhibitor Documents.

SERVICE CONTRACTORS

1. • GES, (Shipping, decorating, etc)

2314 N. Grandview Blvd., Suite 304,

Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188, 262/574-4940

• An exhibitor service kit will be available to

each confirmed exhibitor.

• Order forms will be provided for shipping

instructions.

(Do not ship direct to EAA or GES.)

• Order forms will be provided for decorating

service (furniture, draperies, carpet, floral

arrangements, etc.), rental exhibits, drayage

and storage, signs, cleaning service, etc.

• Outside suppliers are not allowed to deliver, erect

or place equipment; however, exhibitors may

bring their own equipment.

2. • Karl’s Event Services, Tent Rental,

7000 South 10th Street,

Oak Creek, Wisconsin 53154,

414/831-7025

• Order forms will be provided for tent rental.

• If erecting your own tent, contact EAA officials

before driving stakes, as power and telephone

wires are buried underground. Any damages

resulting from non-compliance will be assessed

to the exhibitor.

LODGING

• Call the EAA Housing Hotline weekdays

from 8:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Central Time

— 920/235-3007 (a referral service of the

Oshkosh Convention & Visitors Bureau after

January 1, 2009).

• Make your lodging reservations early!

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WAUKAU AVE. WAUKAU AVE.

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KNAPP ST

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AIRCRAFT SPRUCE

& SPECIALTY

EXHIBIT

HANGAR A

NORTH

EXHIBIT

HANGAR C

AEROSHELL SQUARE

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EAA

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EAA

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BY HONEYWELL

EXHIBIT

HANGAR B

SOUTH

EXHIBIT

HANGAR D

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exhibit rates

All Corners: Add $250.00 to Below Prices

#001–461

40’ x 40’ non-prime: $3,056.00

40’ x 40’ prime: $3,362.00

40’ x 60’ non-prime: $4,584.00

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Specials: Call for Price

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north aircraft display

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WITTMAN RO AD

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exhibit rates

Static Display Only

#600-675

30’ x 40’

(Per Unit)

In-row: $2,286.00

Corner: $2,536.00

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Electrical Pedestal

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ultralight display

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exhibit rates

Static Display Only

#900-943

(Electrical Not Available)

923 922 921 920

924 925 926 930

900 901 903

902 909 910

940 939 938 936 935 934

927 928 929 931 932 933

In-Row

40’ x 40’

$1,399.00

919 918 917 916 915 912

904 905 906 907 908 911

937

Corner

40’ x 40’

$1,502.00

914 913

U l t r a l i g h t R u n w a y


fly market

exhibit rates

#700-804

In a row 20’ x 20’: $932.00 In-row 40’ x 40’: $3,056.00

Corner 20’ x 20’: $1,000.00 Corner 40’ x 40’: $3,312.00

Specials: Call for Price

AEROMART

704

FOOD

797

EAA

SALES

798

700

782

796 783

795 784

794 785

799

800

801

802

803

804

701

702

703

720

738 721

705

719 706

718 707

717 708

716 709

737 722

715 710

739 736 723

714 711

760

735 724

713

740

759 741 734 725

712

758 742 733

761

726

781

757 743 732 727

762

780

756 744 731 728

763

779 764 755 745

730

778 765 754 746

729

777 766 753 747

776 767 752 748

793

751

786 775 768

749

792

750

787

774 769

791 788 773 770

790

772

789 771

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aircraft spruce & specialty

exhibit hangar a

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

FE

FE

FE

Overhead

Door

FE

1015

1014

1013

1012

1010

1009

1008

1007

1006

1005

1004

1003

1002

1001

9' Wide

Aisle G

9' Wide

10'

Overhead

Door

15'

1016 1017 1018 1019 1020 1021

15'

1022

Aisle A

17' Wide

10'

1160 1159 1158 1157 1156 1155 1154 1153 1152 1151 1150 1149 1148 1147 1146

1131 1132 1133 1134 1135 1136 1137 1138 1139 1140 1141 1142 1143 1144 1145

Aisle B

15' Wide

1130 1129 1128 1127 1126 1125 1124 1123 1122 1121 1120 1119 1118 1117 1116

1101 11021103

1104 1105 1106 1107 1108 1109 1110 1111 1112 1113 1114 1115

Aisle C

15' Wide

1100 1099 1098 1097 1096 1095 1094 1093 1092 1091 1090 1089 1088 10871086

1071 1072 1073 1074 1075 1076 1077 1078 1079 1080 1081 1082 1083 1084 1085

Aisle D

15' Wide

10' 10' 10'

1070 1069 1068 1067 1066 1065 1064 1063 1062 1061 1060 1059

1058 1057 1056

1044 1045 1046 1047 1048 1049 1050 1051 1052 1053 1054 1055

FE

Overhead

Door

15'

FE

15'

Aisle E

20' Wide

1023 1024 1025 1026 1027

FE

Overhead

Door

FE

15'

15'

15'

10' Wide

Aisle F

10' Wide

1028

15'

25'

1029

15'

15'

15'

1030

1031

1032

1033

25'

1034

FE

FE

FE

Overhead

Door

50' Bi-fold door

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

Power

1043 1042 1041 1040 1039 1038

15'

1037 1036 1035

FE FE FE

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

200’ x 200’

#1001-1160

0 5 10 15 20 30 40 50

FE

FIRE

EXTINGUISHER

OVERHEAD DOOR = 9' Wide

Booth Prices

IN-ROW/ 10’x15’ IN-ROW/ 10’x10’ SPECIALS CORNER/ 15’x10’

10’ FRONTAGE i.e. 1045 thru 1054 25’x15’ and 10’x15’ 15’ FRONTAGE

i.e. 1023 thru 1027 1132 thru 1144 1028 1038

1057 and 1058 $2,392.00 $5,894.00 $3,688.00

$3,370.00

CORNER/ 15’x15’ CORNER/ 10’x10’ CORNER/ 10’x15’

1021, 1022, 1029,1030 i.e. 1008, 1009, 1100,1115 10’ FRONTAGE

$4,457.00 $2,527.00 i.e. 1016 and 1056

$3,580.00


endix/king by honeywell

exhibit hangar b

0 5 10 15 20 30 40 50

FE

FIRE

EXTINGUISHER

OVERHEAD DOOR = 9' Wide

200’ x 200’

#2001-2161

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

50’ Bi-fold Door

Overhead

Door

FE

FE

15'

2034

2033

10' Wide

15'

10'

2035 2036 2037 2038

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

FE FE FE

2039 2040 2041 2042 2043 2044

15'

Aisle E

19'6" Wide

10'

2056 2055 2054 2053 2052 2051 2050 2049 2048 2047 2046 2045

2057 2058 2059 2060 2061 2062 2063 2064 2065 2066 2067 2068 2069 2070 2071

10'

Aisle D

18' Wide

10'

2086 2085 2084 2083 2082 2081 2080 2079 2078 2077 2076 2075 2074 2073 2072

2087 2088 2089 2090 2091 2092 2093 2094 2095 2096 2097 2098 2099 2100 2101

10'

10' Wide

10' FE

2001

2002

2003

2004

15'

FE

2005

2006

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

FE

15'

2032

Aisle F

FE

Aisle C

20' Wide

FE

Aisle G

2007

15'

Overhead

Door

2031

2116 2115 2114 2113 2112 2111 2110 2109 2108 2107 2106 2105 2104 2103 2102

FE

2030

2117 2118 2119 2120 2121 2122 2123 2124 2125 2126 2127 2128 2129 2130 2131

2008

Overhead

Door

25'

2029

2028

2027

2026

10' Wide

2025

25'

FE

2146 2145 2144 2143 2142 2141 2140 2139 2138 2137 2136 2135 2134 2133 2132

2147 2148 2149 2150 2151 2152 2153 2154 21552156

2157 2158 2159 2160 2161

15'

2024 20232022 20212020

2019

Overhead

Door

Aisle B

20' Wide

Aisle A

15'

15' Wide

15'

FE

15'

2018

2017 2016 2015 2014 2013

Overhead

Door

FE

10' Wide

2009

2010

2011

2012

Overhead

Door

10'

Overhead

Door

Booth Prices

IN-ROW/ 10’x15’ IN-ROW/ 10’x10’ SPECIALS CORNER/ 15’x10’

10’ FRONTAGE i.e. 2060 thru 2070 25’x15’ and 10’x15’ 15’ FRONTAGE

i.e. 2020 thru 2024 2148 thru 2160 2025* 2005 and 2039

2058 and 2059 $2,392.00 $5,894.00 $3,688.00

$3,370.00

CORNER/ 15’x15’ CORNER/ 10’x10’ CORNER/ 10’x15’

2018 and 2019 i.e. 2008, 2086, 2146, 2147 10’ FRONTAGE

$4,457.00 $2,527.00 i.e. 2013 and 2057

$3,580.00

*NOTE: Booth #2025

has a fire exit door.

There must be an open

walkway leading to fire door.

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north exhibit hangar c

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

FE

Overhead

Door

FE

3013

3012

3011

3010

3009

3008

3007

3006

3005

Aisle G

10 '

9' Wide

15 '

3014 3015 3016 3017 3018 3019

10'

Overhead

Door

FE

15 '

15'

3020

Aisle A

17' Wide

25'

3021 3022 3023 3024 3025 3026

3159 315831573156

3155 3154 31533152

31513150

3149 3148 3147 3146 3145

3130 3131 3132 3133 3134 3135 3136 3137 3138 3139 3140 3141 3142 3143 3144

Aisle B

15' Wide

3129 3128 3127 3126 3125 3124 3123 3122 3121 3120 3119 3118 3117 3116 3115

3100 3101 3102 3103 3104 3105 3106 3107 3108 3109

3110 3111 3112 3113 3114

FE

Overhead

Door

Aisle C

15' Wide

3099 3098 3097 3096 3095 3094 3093 3092 3091 3090 3089 3088 3087 3086 3085

15'

FE

Overhead

Door

FE

10' Wide

Aisle F

15 '

15'

15'

3027

15'

3028

25'

FE

FE

Overhead

Door

50’ Bi-fold Door

3004

3070 3071 3072 3073 3074 3075 3076 3077 3078 3079 3080 3081 3082 30833084

3029

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

FE

FE

3003

3002

3001

3069 3068 3067 3066 3065 3064 3063 3062 3061 3060 3059 3058 3057 3056 3055

3043 3044 3045 3046 3047 3048 3049 3050 3051 3052 3053 3054

10'

3042 30413040 30393038

Overhead

Door

FE

15'

3037

10'

Aisle D

15' Wide

Aisle E

20' Wide

FE

3036 3035 3034

FE

15 '

10' Wide

Overhead

Door

3030

3031

3032

EAA

SALES

FE

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

200’ x 200’

#3001-3159

0 5 10 15 20 30 40 50

FE

FIRE

EXTINGUISHER

OVERHEAD DOOR = 9' Wide

Booth Prices

IN-ROW/ 10’x15’ IN-ROW/ 10’x10’ SPECIALS CORNER/ 15’x10’

10’ FRONTAGE i.e. 3044 thru 3053 25’x15’ and 10’x15’ 15’ FRONTAGE

i.e. 3015 thru 3018 3101 thru 3113 3026 3037

3056 and 3057 $2,392.00 $5,894.00 $3,688.00

$3,370.00

CORNER/ 15’x15’ CORNER/ 10’x10’ CORNER/ 10’x15’

3019, 3020, 3027, i.e. 3070, 3099, 3144, 3145 10’ FRONTAGE

3028, 3032 $2,527.00 i.e. 3014 and 3055

$4,457.00 $3,580.00


south exhibit hangar d

115’

Combo Sout h

S

35'

90’

40’

Overhead

Door

FE

Overhead

Door

50’ Bi-fold Door

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

FE

FE

4035

A

4035

4034

15'

4033

25'

15'

4032

4031

4030

4028

4027

4026

25'

FE

10' Wide

Aisle F

4035 4035

4036 4037 4038 4039 10' 4040 4041

B C

4042 4043 4044 4045

10'

15'

Aisle E

19'6" Wide

10'

10' 4057 4056 4055 4054 4053 4052 4051 4050 4049 4048 4047 4046

15' 4058 4059 4060 40614062

4063 4064 4065 4066 4067 4068 4069 4070 4071 4072

10' Wide

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

FE

FE FE

4087 4086 4085 4084 4083 4082 4081 4080 4079 4078 4077 4076 4075 4074 4073

4088 4089 4090 4091 4092 4093 4094 4095 4096 4097 4098 4099 4100 4101 4102

EAA

SALES

4115 4114 4113 4112 4111 4110 4109 4108 4107 4106 4105 4104 4103

4120 4121 4122 4123 4124 4125 4126 4127 4128 4129 4130 4131 4132

4147 4146 4145 4144 4143 4142 4141 4140 4139 4138 4137 4136 4135 4134 4133

4148 4149 41504151

4152 415341544155

4156 4157 4158 4159 4160 4161 4162

4025 4024 40234022

4021 4020

Overhead

Door

FE

Aisle D

18' Wide

Aisle C

20' Wide

Aisle B

20' Wide

Aisle A

15'

FE

15' Wide

15'

15' 15'

FE

20'

4019 4018 40174016

4015 4014

Overhead

Door

FE

10'

10' Wide

4001

4002

4003

4004

15' 4005

15' 4007

Aisle G

10' Wide

Overhead

Door

10'

FE

FE

FE

4008

4009

4010

4011

4012

4013

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

Overhead

Door

0 5 10 15 20 30 40 50

FE

FIRE

EXTINGUISHER

OVERHEAD DOOR = 9' Wide

200’ x 200’

#4001-4162

Booth Prices

IN-ROW/ 10’x15’ IN-ROW/ 10’x10’ SPECIALS CORNER/ 15’x10’

10’ FRONTAGE i.e. 4089 thru 4101 25’x15’ and 10’x15’ 15’ FRONTAGE

i.e. 4021 thru 4025 4149 thru 4161 4026 4007 and 4040

4059 and 4060 $2,392.00 $5,894.00 $3,688.00

$3,370.00

CORNER/ 15’x15’ CORNER/ 10’x10’ CORNER/ 10’x15’

4019 and 4020 i.e. 4087, 4088, 4133, 4162 10’ FRONTAGE

$4,457.00 $2,527.00 i.e. 4033 and 4058

$3,580.00

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Federal

Pavillion

Waukau Avenue

FAA

Pavillion

EAA

Wareh

Knapp Street

Waukau Avenue


Legend

Wittman Road

Vendor Parking

Special Events

Shade Locations

Bicycle Parking

Main Entrance Buildings

ouse

Exhibit Hall

Membership Village

Knapp Street

Exhibit Spaces

Asphalt

Gravel

New Security Fence

Existing Fence

Food Service

EAA Merchandise

First Aid

Lost and Found

Main Gate

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TAKE YOUR EVENT TO NEW HEIGHTS!

There is nothing in the world like EAA AirVenture Oshkosh: It’s part air show, part trade show, part educational

symposium…but the biggest part is aviation’s family reunion. While your prime focus during “Oshkosh” might be growing

your business, there are plenty of opportunities for fun and relaxation at The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.

EAA has many venues right on the grounds that can make your gathering both fun and productive…

Hospitality Chalets:

These air conditioned units have both inside and outside accommodations for groups as large as

120. Located along EAA’s air show flight line, there is no better seat in the house for watching the

air show and treating your guests to the VIP experience! (Special VIP Package Included), call and

ask for details soon!

Hospitality Tents:

Located within EAA’s beautiful Nature Center, these hospitality tents are surrounded by beautiful

ponds, bridges, and open space giving your group plenty of room for catering, entertainment,

parking, and other activities you may have in mind for your group. These tents host groups as small

as 20 and as large as 250 guests.

N at u r e C e n t e r Pav i l i o n:

GOT A BIG GROUP? Looking to enjoy the great outdoors? This beautiful lakeside pavilion is a

wonderful setting for your company’s picnic or outdoor event. This facility features a full sound

system and overhead doors that can bring in or keep out the weather. The pavilion is surrounded

with plenty of open area for parking and group activities. A permanent grill is located adjacent to

the building. While capacity inside the pavilion is 400, many more guests can be accommodated

outside the pavilion at picnic table seating.

DON’T WAIT UNTIL IT’S TOO LATE…

MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW!

For further information

on all our venue packages,

pricing,and reservations,

please contact:

Mark Leisses

Manager of Event Sales

& Logistics

(920) 426-6126

mleisses@eaa.org

C A L L F O R P R E S E N TAT I O N S :

AIRVENTURE 2009

Preparations have begun for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2009:

“The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration”

With your help, we look towards serving AirVenture attendees by

offering world-class technical, educational, historical, and entertaining

presentations that are not available anywhere else!

Presentation opportunities are available each day of AirVenture

beginning at 8:30 am and concluding at 8:15 pm at over 40 venues

around the AirVenture grounds.

If you are interested in learning more about this program,

or making an application for presentation, please go to the online information page

and application form at: www.airventure.org/app or contact

Mark Forss at 920-426-6588, mforss@eaa.org.

We look forward to your help in making this year’s AirVenture presentations

a memorable experience for all who attend!


EAA ELECTRONIC ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES

24/7 – 365 @ eaa.org

EAA’s web opportunities are new and exciting with a totally new website look for www.eaa.org that

includes several new offerings. EAA hosts numerous websites dedicated to the varied interests of

EAA members and AirVenture attendees. In the months before and after AirVenture, EAA’s website

receives several million visitors all wanting to catch the spirit of aviation at AirVenture. Many NEW

web options are now available – from banner ads to page and content area sponsorships to

exclusive newsletter offerings to video opportunities. EAA’s popular e-Hotline, the membership weekly

e-newsletter, will be sent daily to subscribers during AirVenture. EAA has a host of new advertising

and marketing outlets for your marketing message to reach a highly qualified and interested buying

AirVenture audience.

E-HOTLINE

A. Banner Ads on sub-pages of EAA websites

a. Sub-pages on eaa.org: Aviation Interests,

Programs, News/Events, Multimedia,

Support EAA, Member Services

b. Sub-pages on airventure.org:

About, Planning, Attractions, News, Multimedia

A banner in e-Hotline, the official electronic newsletter for EAAers,

pushes your advertising message to more than 90,000 members

every week.

4 Weeks .......................................................................$2,200

EAA WEBSITES

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Triple 191x300 $2,466.00 $2,345.00 $2,230.00 $2,120.00

NOTE: No ads on homepages of eaa.org or airventure.org; ads will appear on left side of page

under current nav box; ads will rotate weekly; when a sub-page is purchased, all pages under that

sub-page will contain the ad placed.

EAA hosts numerous websites and newsletters dedicated

to EAA members and aviation enthusiasts. These sites

on average generate more than one million page views

per month. In the month EAA AirVenture is held, EAA

websites generate more than 3.1 million page views,

making advertising and sponsorship opportunities on

www.eaa.org, www.airventure.org—or any of EAA’s other niche

sites—a great way to feature your product or service.

1 Month .......................$825

3 Months ...................$2,355

6 Months...................$4,470

12 Months .................$8,460

B. Exclusive Page/Content Area Sponsor

with banner down side of entire web page

a. Available pages: Calendar, Sport Pilot,

Learn to fly, others tbd.

Annual Sponsorship: $50,000 per page

Entire area under left nav will be used for

advertiser banner ad

C. Banner Ads on EAA e-Hotline

a. Single Banner ads weekly $2200 per month for 4 weeks

D. Other Options:

a. Newsletter Advertising for Young Eagles, Learn To fly,

Canadian, Homebuilders, NAfI e-Mentor:

See your sales representative for pricing details

b. Video Advertising: $5,000 monthly; $50,000 annual

i. Includes banner ad and 15-30 second post rolls

or 5 second pre-spots

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SEND MATERIALS AND PAyMENTS TO:

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E-mail: sanderson@eaa.org

Thursday, July 31, 2008 The official daily newspaper of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh www.AirVenture.org

INSIDE...

20 Kickin’ back with

the seaplanes

30 Say hello to new

NAFI director

34 Four generations

of Aussies visit

record run for nemesis nXT

Arizona family’s project

named 30,000th homebuilt

By

Randy

Bob Noll’s white and blue RV-9A started

its life as many homebuilt airplanes

do, occupying the two-car garage of his

family’s home in Yuma, Arizona. For

three years and four months, he enlisted

the patience and help of his three children

and his wife, Debbie, to complete

his dream of building a flying machine.

“I wanted to do something like this

my whole life,”

Noll said. “I can

remember when I

was a kid going out

in the backyard

measuring out

how much room I

needed to land an

airplane.”

Noll complet

ed the plane on

February 1 of this

year, made the

first flight a few days later, and ultimately

received certification for what will be

recognized as the 30,000th homebuilt

airplane in the United States.

Jon Sharp broke the 3 km speed record in the c1-b

category yesterday by flying his nemesis nXT 356

mph, smashing the current mark of 331 mph. With

winds gusting at 15 mph, the weather conditions

were less than ideal and the flight was bumpy, he

said. A national Aeronautic Association o ficial

used two recorders, one on the ground and the other

in the plane, to determine the speed. Sharp wi l try

and break his own record on Saturday prior to the

daily air show.

Wednesday, July 30, 2008 The official daily newspaper of EAA AirVenture Oshkosh www.AirVenture.org

INSIDE...

cirrus Vision makes world debut at AirVenture

3 Rockets wow the

flightline

6 EAA’s take on the

51 percent rule

Sponsor of the Day

White Knight Two

Oshkosh bound

By JAmes WynBrAndt

The day after unveiling White Knight

Two in Mojave, California, Burt Rutan

of Scaled Composites and Sir Richard

Branson and Will Whitehorn of Virgin

Galactic came to EAA AirVenture

Oshkosh 2008 and pledged to bring

the newly introduced launch vehicle

for SpaceShipTwo to next year’s fly-in

and, when ready, to conduct their first

commercial sub-orbital space flight from

AirVenture.

“We’re going to take it to Sweden to

fly in the aurora borealis, to the UK,

Spain, and Australia from our home

base in New Mexico. But the first place

we’re going to bring it commercially is

Oshkosh,” Rutan told a cheering over-

White Knight two continues on Page 15

By Frederick A. Johnsen

Sir Richard Branson

Jetpack jump starts

at AirVenture 2008

Get your Customer’s Attention!

Advertise in

EAA AirVenture Today

EAA AirVenture Today is the guide for what’s happening at the

world’s premier aviation event, and people—your customers—

read it daily to plan what they will see, do, and learn about. If

you want people to learn about your goods and services, get

their attention with an ad in AirVenture’s daily newspaper.

With eight issues, begining the day before EAA AirVenture

starts, EAA AirVenture Today is distributed free at the main

AirVenture entrances, at self-service boxes throughout the

AirVenture grounds, and at motels and dormitories in Oshkosh.

To start your AirVenture day with a crowd, advertise your

goods and services in EAA AirVenture Today. To reserve your

ad space, please contact the appropriate sales representative

indicated at left.

Burt Rutan

The Martin Jetpack made its first public flight while at EAA

AirVenture Oshkosh 2008 on Tuesday. The actual flight lasted

seconds and was confined to a few feet off the ground, with

handlers gripping the device even as 16-year-old Harrison

Martin manipulated the controls. The Martin Jetpack team is

scheduled to conclude Thursday’s air show with another flight

at the mouth of AeroShell Square. More air show flights may

take place later in the week as well.

Yesterday’s flight was certainly an AirVenture moment;

thousands of visitors crowded AeroShell Square to watch.

Long-time AirVenture observers said they believed it was the

largest crowd, aside from concerts, ever to gather for an event

on Aeroshell Square.

The crowd was so thick, and the flight was so low, that some

couldn’t quite see what happened. A man in a t-shirt that proclaimed

his status as a pilot wasn’t convinced after the flight

ended. “I can’t vouch for it. All I heard was a weed eater going

on.”

Matt Evens of Arvada, Colorado, was positively enthusiastic.

“I’d fly it; it would be fun.” He explained: “This is one of the

attractions I really wanted to see.”

Audience member Metra Peterson from Athens, Ohio, said

before the flight, “It has been my dream since I was a little kid

with Weekly Reader, and it said ‘you’re going to get to fly to

tySon V. RiningeR

Martin Jetpack pilot harrison Martin hovers above AeroShell Square

Jetpack continues on Page 12

before an enthusiastic crowd.

Phil high PhotoS


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Room for two and luggage, too

38 SEPTEMBER 2008 EAA Sport Aviation 39

AIRBORNE FOR $6500

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EAA Sport Aviation is the association’s flagship monthly, a full-color magazine consistently

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Pilots of the world, meet American know-how

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hese flying machines offer not only homeland Luscombe NostaLgia

availability but homeland pricing as well. Neither Though I’ve had the privilege of flying more airplanes

is subject to constant price increases from a soar-

than most pilots, I’d always heard about but never flown a

ing euro, and when Europe finalizes acceptance of ASTM Luscombe. “Marvelous handling” is what some knowing

standards (see “Europe, EASA, and Light-Sport Aircraft” pilots would say. “Superb performance,” exclaimed others.

I didn’t experience one for myself until I went flying

page 36), these planes may be a compelling purchase

for Europeans. An LSA-8 or Champ might seem downright

with Luscombe Silvaire Company President John Dearden.

cheap in Europe (approximately 55,000 euros plus shipping).

Globalization works in both directions!

Okay, it’s a taildragger, and I know many pilots lack

Why did I wait so long? What a terrific little airplane!

Two-thirds of the approximately 1,270 airplanes in

taildragger experience. My first 35 flying hours were in a

today’s current light-sport aircraft (LSA) fleet (as of April

Citabria, a relative of the Champ, which hints at how long

2008) were built overseas, but recent entries by American

I’ve been flying, but if you have only tricycle-gear experience,

you may look at LSA-8’s high deck angle and wonder

companies joining the LSA parade could change those

numbers. At times of rising LSA import prices and skyrock-

when your next ground loop might happen. All I can say

eting fuel costs, these are two affordable aircraft Ameri-

is, looks can be deceiving and rumors are often wrong.

cans ought to consider. The Luscombe Silvaire Company

With 60 years of history and many thousands of aircraft

hails from California, at historic Flabob Airport. American

produced, Luscombe ranks as one of history’s most successful

airframe producers. The maiden flight of Donald

Champion, based in Rochester, Wisconsin is a longstanding

company that’s only a short flight from Oshkosh.

Luscombe’s original design was on December 17, 1937.

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American powerplants. This month, we offer

not one but two such airplanes, the Luscombe

Silvaire LSA-8, and the American Champion

Aircraft Champ.

By Ed Downs, with photos by Jim Koepnick

I found the Luscombe LSA-8 a

docile, pleasant-to-fly airplane

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nicely and perform well.

Luscombes and Champs with a new lease on life

T

Kathie Ernst

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EAA AIRV ENTURE OSHKOSH

JULY 27 – AUGUST 2, 2009

DEADLINE D ATES

12-15-08 ........ Application for Priority One, Two, and four

(see page 4) must be post marked.

04-01-09 ........Type of payment accepted after this date:

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All Insurance certificates must be submitted to

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05-22-09 ........ Deadline for AirVenture 2009 program

advertising.

05-29-09 ........ Deadline for AirVenture 2009 program materials.

06-29-09 ........ Deadline for insertion reservation in

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07-06-09 ........ Deadline for materials to

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