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Safety Notice - UPDATE

During the period between November 16 and November 21, 2017, thirty six airplanes with civilian registry identified in Appendix 1 along with 17 other airplanes were serviced with jet fuel containing DEF at Eppley Air Field Airport, Omaha, Nebraska (KOMA). The DEF was inadvertently used instead of fuel system icing inhibitor (FSII) on two refueling trucks at KOMA and injected into the fuel with each truck’s FSII injection system. Only those airplanes identified in Appendix 1 received the contaminated fuel.

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Classic Jets at Oshkosh 2018

Rare British Aircraft Coming to EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018

British Meteor, Venom, and Vampire to join U.S., Canadian, Soviet jets at event

December 14, 2017 - Some of the oldest jet aircraft in existence will be flying over the flightline at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2018 as the world’s largest fly-in convention brings together a rarely seen gathering of these early jets.

Among the airplanes expected to participate is a rare British Meteor, currently the oldest flying original jet in existence, which will arrive from the United Kingdom. British Venom and Vampire jets will be part of the gathering, as will American designs such as the T-33 Shooting Star and F-86 Sabre, as well as a Soviet-era MiG-17.

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