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    AirVenture 2023

    For those that may be interested, South Maintenance has posted the Work Weekend schedule on the main website under AirVenture/Volunteer. Great folks and a great time.
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    The schedule requests for us tram volunteers were sent out already too. I can hardly wait.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airmutt View Post
    For those that may be interested, South Maintenance has posted the Work Weekend schedule on the main website under AirVenture/Volunteer. Great folks and a great time.
    Dave, what time of year do you head back North?

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    Sent ya a pm.
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    Hey boys and girls! As of this morning the clock ticked to 100 days before AirVenture. It will soon be time to get serious about traveling to Oshkosh.
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    I'm planning on going there this year, travelling from abroad.
    Currently I'm trying to figure out how to get to Oshkosh, probably flying through Appleton.
    Wondering if anyone knows, will the bus service from Appleton start before AirVenture officially starts? I'd like to arrive at Oshkosh on the thursday before the show.

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    Not exactly sure about the bus schedule but it’s only a 20 mile trip. Personally I would Uber or Lyft and then be guaranteed to be dropped off exactly where you want to be. It’s faster too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Airmutt View Post
    Not exactly sure about the bus schedule but its only a 20 mile trip. Personally I would Uber or Lyft and then be guaranteed to be dropped off exactly where you want to be. Its faster too.
    That may indeed be the best option, thanks

    Got the flights figured out, will be arriving at ATW on the wednesday before the show. Excited!

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    Quote Originally Posted by NilsWright View Post
    That may indeed be the best option, thanks

    Got the flights figured out, will be arriving at ATW on the wednesday before the show. Excited!
    Have sent you a private message.

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    Starting to get the itch! Got the email from our volunteer coordinator for the Welcome Wagon soliciting inputs for this year's driver's schedule. For us that's the warning bell for the show. Our prep starts in January with making reservations for our campsite and rental RV. Now that the NOTAM is out and the volunteer schedule is in development, the countdown is on!
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