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Our mission is to encourage and aid the retention and restoration of antique, historical, classical and contemporary aircraft, and to improve aviation safety and education.

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Blast from the Past: The Flight of the June Bug

From the September, 1976 issue of Vintage Airplane (All back issues are archived in the Members Only section). By Merill Stickler Curator of Curtiss Museum Hammondsport, NY 14840 All Photos by Mike Mandiak.  June ...
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Pilots’ Bill of Rights with Medical Reform introduced in House, Senate. Needs Our Support.

From EAA: February 26, 2015 - Bipartisan “Pilot’s Bill of Rights II” legislation has been introduced in both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives that would ...
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Blast from the Past: From Jets to Jennies

From Jets To Jennies Ken Hyde's 1987 Antique Grand Champion Curtiss JN4D "When Ken Hyde (EAA 37179, AIC 133), R. R. 5, Box 294, Warrenton, VA 22186 landed his Curtiss Jenny on the grass at ...
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Celebrate 75 Years of the Ercoupe at AirVenture 2015

January 15, 2015 - A popular and innovative post-World War II airplane design will be celebrated at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2015 as we observe the 75th anniversary of the innovative ERCO Ercoupe. Along ...
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February 2015 AirMail: Happy Birthday EAA, Affordable Flying

Geoff Says… Happy February, and Welcome back to the EAA Vintage Aircraft Association's Vintage AirMail e-Newsletter.2015 has arrived with an explosion of activity in and around the Vintage Community. Erin Brueggen has ...
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NEW Vintage Awards for AirVenture 2015

ANNOUNCING NEW VINTAGE AWARDS FOR AIRVENTURE 2015 Customized Airplane Awards: The Contemporary category judging group of VAA has chosen to recognize aircraft which have been updated to be used as personal transportation aircraft while ...
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This summer we will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the innovative ERCO Ercoupe. On Sunday morning, July 19, Ercoupes will have a mass arrival to Oshkosh. Pilots can find arrival registration information on our website.

1946 Ercoupe 415-CD, NC93337, owned by Ward Marsh of Dixon, CA, was awarded Outstanding Ercoupe at AirVenture 2008.
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Jeffrey SmithMy Favorite Airplane I am a Double Below Knee Amputee15 hours ago   ·  7
Zach F20 hours ago   ·  7
Dan MeenanErcoupe: no control surfaces on the tail, right?3 hours ago
Joel MerrillI got to fly in one of those once.8 hours ago
Michael GoepenI like this aircraft, very nice.3 hours ago
Lance BerrierMore fun memories than I could ever count with my dad in N93883!10 hours ago
Richard DearBetter hope for a very tiny crosswind.9 hours ago
Barry ClaessensI did a air to air photo shoot in one not much room10 hours ago
Gary KenistonSweet aircraft!37 minutes ago
Larry Edward SnyderI love people repeating all the Ercoupe myths - like "castering main gear" and "designed for amputee war veterans (it was first certificated in January 1941) plus many more. I hadn't heard the one about no control surfaces on the tail, though.2 hours ago
Michael Snyder1 hour ago
Dan SadowskiGary Trone20 hours ago   ·  1

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