Cessnas 2 Oshkosh 2013
Updated August 05, 2013 19:11 EDT
Photo by Allan Goldstein- GoldSeal & Aerial Images Photography
We did it again in 2013. On July 27th, the Saturday before the start of EAA AirVenture 2013, Cessnas 2 Oshkosh conducted its eighth annual mass arrival into the Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. This mass arrival was the sixth in partnership with the Cessna Pilots Association.
Thanks to all the pilots, relatives and friends who made the 2013 Cessnas 2 Oshkosh Mass Arrival a very special one. We flew our forty-two (42) planes into Oshkosh and had a fantastic time at Cessna BaseCamp! Congratulations to each and every one of our pilots, relatives and friends!
The 2013 Mass Arrival Flight consisted of forty-two (42) aircraft. Seven (7) models were represented. The Skylane (C182) led the way with fourteen (14) aircraft, followed by the Skyhawk (C172) with eleven (11) aircraft, the Cardinal (C177) and the Centurion with six (6) aircraft each, the Skywagon (C185) with three (3) aircraft, and the Stationair (C206) and the Skymaster (C337) with one (1) aircraft each.
Eighteen (18) states, one (1) Canadian province and the Island of Luzon in The Phillippines were represented. Texas led the way with ten (10) pilots, followed by California with four (4) pilots, Massachusetts and Washington with three (3) pilots each, Connecticut, Kansas, Michigan, North Carolina, Virginia and Wisconsin with two (2) pilots each, and Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Maryland, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Alberta and the Island of Luzon Island with one (1) pilot each.
The forty-two (42) aircraft in the 2013 Mass Arrival Flight were arranged in fifteen (15) elements. The Skyhawks (C172) led the flight with eleven (11) aircraft arranged in four (4) elements, followed by six (6) Cardinals arranged in two (2) elements, one element of three (3) Skywagons, a mixed element of two (2) Skylanes and one (1) Stationair, followed by twelve (12) Skylanes arranged in four (4) elements, six (6) Centurions (C210) arranged in two (2) elements and a single aircraft element of one Skymaster (C337). Cessna Lead was Robert Ahern in his Skyhawk N20355 and Cessna Tail was Robert Morris in his Skymaster Bumble Bee N337B.
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