NTSB at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh

July 28-August 3, 2014
Oshkosh, Wisconsin

National Transportation Safety Board Member Earl Weener and NTSB senior aviation investigators will participate at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2014, the Experimental Aircraft Association's annual fly-in convention in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, on July 28 – August 3.

General aviation accidents account for the majority of aviation-related deaths in the United States and continue to be a safety priority for the NTSB. General aviation safety has been an issue area on the NTSB's Most Wanted List since 2011, and numerous safety recommendations have been issued to address our safety concerns.

During the week-long event, Member Weener and NTSB staff will conduct presentations on accident case studies and lessons learned and various safety issues, including aeronautical decision-making and weather hazards for GA pilots, which is currently on the Most Wanted List. They will also meet with members of the public who visit the NTSB exhibit in the Federal Pavilion and will be featured on EAA Radio daily.

Event Photos

NTSB Resources

Safety Alerts

Aviation Safety Alerts

General Aviation Video Safety Alerts

Reports

Special Investigation Report on the Safety of Agricultural Aircraft Operations

Safety Study: The Safety of Experimental Amateur-Built Aircraft

Safety Study: Airbag Performance in General Aviation Restraint Systems

Safety Study: Introduction of Glass Cockpit Avionics into Light Aircraft

Special Investigation Report on the Safety of Parachute Jump Operations

Safety Study: Risk Factors Associated with Weather-Related General Aviation Accidents

Aircraft Accident Brief: Pilot/Race 177, The Galloping Ghost North American P-51D, N7911, Reno, Nevada, September 16, 2011

Related Events

Safety Seminar: Preventing Aerodynamic Stalls and Loss of Control Accidents

Safety Seminar: Managing Weather Related Risks for VFR Flying

Safety Seminar: Lessons Learned from Experimental Amateur-Built Aircraft Accidents