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 Please contact Bob Hansen via e-mail at or by phone at 608-201-3988 (cell) or 262-740-1364 (home) if you plan to attend the EAA Airventure 2010 in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.  The deadline is June 15th.

2010 AirVenture - Oshkosh is just around the corner.
Royale Coach Club members and friends are invited to the great Oshkosh AirVenture this summer, July 26 - August 1.  EAA AirVenture annually draws participants from more than 70 nations and in excess of 10,000 airplanes, including more than 2,500 show planes. The event includes 800 exhibitors with the latest aviation innovations; nearly 1,000 forums, workshops and seminars covering every aspect of the world of flight; daily afternoon air shows featuring the world’s finest aerobatic performers; up-close and personal sessions with top aviation personalities; and the gathering of aviation enthusiasts from around the globe coming home to “aviation’s family reunion.”
Bob Hansen, our rally-master, has been to this event almost every year since the early 80’s.  There is no rally fee; all expenses will be “pay as you go”.
For complete information about AirVenture 2010, visit their website at
Dry camping is available on the convention grounds for $22/night with a 3-night minimum.  There are dump sites on the grounds, and honey wagons are available.  There are always plenty of sites available at EAA's Camp Scholler, but you must become a member of EAA to camp there.  Campers must pay from the arrival day through the duration of the convention, but you will receive a refund for the days not camped if you leave before the end of the convention.  For more information on the campground, go to    
For the cost of admission to the event, please look at the admission page -   Daily tickets are $25, a ticket for the week is $110.  Spouse daily ticket is $21, weekly ticket is $75 .  If you buy online by June 15, you can save a little extra .
We will meet in Darien, Wisconsin, about 125 miles from the show, on Friday or Saturday (July 24).  Bob will host a “play day” and evening cookout at his ranch on Saturday - fishing, golf, plane rides, etc.  We will caravan in together on Sunday.   You are welcome to come later or leave early.   Please let us know by June 10 if you are planning to attend.  Bob must let EAA know how many spots to reserve for us.
There may be a lot of walking involved.  Scooters, golf carts, etc. are not allowed on the flight line or inside the AirVenture grounds, but they are allowed in the campgrounds.  There is parking for them before you enter the show grounds, so you can ride them up to the entrance gate.  From the south end to the north end where the warbirds park is about a mile and 3/4ths. From the campgrounds to the flight line, it is a mile to a mile and a half. Trams run all day from one end of the grounds to the other.  You cannot see everything in one day. There are four large (200 X 200) exhibit buildings plus a number of other buildings that house NASA, Air Force, Forest Service, FAA, etc.  
You must be a member of EAA to camp at AirVenture.   EAA membership is $40 a year and that includes Sport Aviation magazine and free admission to the EAA museum.  To join, go to:   You may also join on arrival at AirVenture.
If you plan to park with us at Oshkosh, please let us know by email or phone byJune 10.
Contact either:
Bob Hansen    -       - 608-201-3988
Graham Ricks - - 336-708-0324

Feel free to contact either of us if you have any questions.