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EAA volunteers and staff are continuing their yeoman efforts to make everything ready for Monday’s opening day at EAA AirVenture. After rains on Thursday, Friday has been mostly dry, allowing additional work to be completed.

“Our volunteers and staff have put in an amazing amount of extra time to get things ready,” EAA chairman/president Tom Poberezny said. “Their efforts and imagination at meeting some of the weather-related challenges have been extraordinary, and the grounds have held up very well.”

Campers are moving into Camp Scholler at a steady pace. Those with tents, pull-behind and fifth-wheel units are being escorted to suitable areas, while larger “Class A” units are being temporarily placed on hard surfaces as the grounds continue to dry.

On Friday, aircraft arrivals continued, with all ground operations taking place on hard surfaces to protect aircraft and the grounds. Arriving aircraft are being marshaled to appropriate parking areas. EAA will continue to update conditions to provide accurate information and assistance to all those traveling to Oshkosh for the event, which starts July 26. AirVenture aircraft parking status is also available online here.

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