Congratulations Cessnas 2 Oshkosh 2019!

Updated July 27, 2019 21:59 EDT

Coming soon... 2019 Cessnas 2 Oshkosh Group Picture2019 Cessnas 2 Oshkosh. Photo by Dmitry Zaslavsky - Chalk AC-Lead

On July 21st, the Sunday before the start of EAA AirVenture 2019, Cessnas 2 Oshkosh conducted its 14th annual mass arrival into the Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

Congratulations to each and every one of our pilots! We accomplished our mission of flying our eighty-six (86) aircraft into Oshkosh in spite of all the challenges. Not only did we accomplished our mission, but we were actually one aircraft short of tying our 2018 record number of aircraft for the group.

Thanks to all our pilots, relatives and friends for persisting over the obstacles and making the 2019 Cessnas 2 Oshkosh Mass Arrival a tremendous success.

The eighty-six (86) aircraft in the 2019 Mass Arrival Flight were arranged in thirty-two (32) elements. Follow this link to view the composition of the mass arrival flight, element by element. Follow this link to view the full Final Mass Arrival Report.

2019  Mass Arrival Report

Updated July 27, 2019 21:54 EDT

Lineup for takeoff at Dodge County Airport in JuneauLineup for takeoff at Dodge County Airport in Juneau for the 2018 Cessnas 2 Oshkosh Mass Arrival. Photo by Gil Velez - Alpha Lead

We are excited to report that eighty-six (86) aircraft flew the 2019 Cessnas 2 Oshkosh Mass Arrival Flight. Eighteen (18) of the eighty-six (86) PIC flew the mass arrival for the first time in 2019. Our eighty-six (86) registered PIC brought with them seventy-four (74) passengers over the age of twelve (12) years and five (5) children under 12 years of age. We warmly welcome the new pilots and their passengers to our group and hope they had the most fun in the celebration at Cessna Base Camp and AirVenture. Thirty-nine (38) of the one-hundred-twenty-five (125) pilots who originally registered withdrew their registrations for different personal, family or work-related reasons, couldn't make it to Dodge County Airport in Juneau on time to participate in the flight or bailed out due to the postponement of the flight. Of these thirty-eight (38) pilots, several were able to join us later in Oshkosh and participated in the celebration. We missed the pilots who couldn't make it and hope that they will join us next year.

Twenty-seven (27) states, the District of Columbia and two (2) Canadian provinces were represented. Texas led the states with sixteen (16) aircraft, followed by Florida with six (6), California, Wisconsin and Virginia with five (5), Massachusetts and Washington with four (4), and Illinois, Maryland, North Carolina, and Ontario with three (3) aircraft each.

The Cardinal again led the models with thirty-one (31) aircraft, followed by the Skylane with twenty-one (21), the Skyhawk with seventeen (17), the Centurion with seven (7), the Stationair with three (3), the Skywagon and the Commuter with two (2), and the C170, the Skycatcher and the Skymaster with one aircraft each. Of the eighty-six (86) aircraft, fifty-three (53) had fixed landing gear and thirty-three (33) were equipped with retractable landing gear.

Needless to say, we are very happy with these results and would like to express our most sincere thanks to all of our pilots, relatives and friends for their support in 2019.

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