Cessnas 2 Oshkosh 2012
Updated April 03, 2013 14:19 EDT
We did it again in 2012. On July 21st, the Saturday before the start of EAA AirVenture 2012, Cessnas 2 Oshkosh conducted its seventh annual mass arrival into the Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. This mass arrival was the fifth in partnership with the Cessna Pilots Association.
The 2012 Mass Arrival Flight consisted of forty-one (41) aircraft. Eight (8) models were represented. The Skyhawk (C172) led the way with twelve (12) aircraft, followed by the Cardinal (C177) and the Centurion with eight (8) aircraft each, the Skylane (C182) with seven (7), the Skywagon (C185) and the C310 with two (2) each and the Stationair (C206) and the Skymaster (C337) with one (1) each.
Twenty (20) states and three (3) Canadian provinces were represented. Texas led the way with five (5) pilots, followed by Connecticut, Florida and Ontario with three (3), Arkansas, Kansas, Massachusetts, Missouri, North Carolina, Ohio, Virginia and Washington with two (2), Alabama, California, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, New York, Tennessee, Alberta and British Columbia with one (1) pilot each.
The forty-one (41) aircraft in the 2012 Mass Arrival Flight were arranged in fifteen (15) elements. The Skyhawks (C172) led the flight with twelve (12) aircraft arranged in four (4) elements, followed by eight (8) Cardinals (C177) arranged in three (3) elements, a mixed element of two (2) Skywagons (C185) and one (1) Skylane (C182), another mixed element of two (2) Skylanes and one (1) Stationair (C206), four (4) more Skylanes (C182) arranged in two (2) elements, eight (8) Centurions (C210) arranged in three (3) elements and a mixed element of one (1) Skymaster (C337) and two (2) Cessna 310 closed the flight.
Click here to download the 2012 Cessnas 2 Oshkosh Mass Arrival Flight Composition.
The timetable of the mass arrival flight was the following:
Revised 08/01/2012 10:00 EDT1