To aviation enthusiasts, all you need to say is one word Oshkosh
A town with a total of 26 square miles (half the size of Disney World), and known for the headquarters of Oshkosh B’Gosh is also home to “The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration”. For seven total days, the sky is full of fly-ins, the ground is full with half a million spectators, and a week of aviation heaven is underway.
DTA Global has provided a premier outdoor movie experience at the “Ford Fly-In Theater At Airventure” for 10 years at EAA Airventure Oshkosh. The excitement and passion floods the unique outdoor venue as the attendees listen to renowned speakers, and watch films anywhere from recent blockbusters to in-depth documentaries on WWII battles and aviation history. This year, the crowd listened to Bob Hoover, who is known to many as the one of the greatest pilots in history.
- Flying Feathered Edge and Living Age of Airplanes
- Edge of Tomorrow
- Planes: Fire & Rescue
- Apollo 13
- Battle of Britain
Five Things You Didn’t Know About Oshkosh:
- The EAA Fly-In used to be in Milwaukee from 1953-1958 and in Rockford, Illinois from 1959-1970 before finding its permanent home in Oshkosh, WI.
- Attendees from over 70 countries register to attend the event
- During the Fly-In, the Wittman Field FAA Control Tower is the busiest tower in the entire world
- The EAA AirVenture has a $110m impact to the Oshkosh area, primarily benefitting tourism
- The Special Flight Producer manual to coordinate over 10,000 planes is over 32 pages long