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Skybound Adventure: A Thrilling Journey to EAA Airventure in Oshkosh!

Updated: Apr 4

Welcome to our blog recounting an incredible journey to the EAA Airventure in Oshkosh! This adventure was filled with awe-inspiring aviation exhibits, impressive aircraft, and unforgettable experiences. Join us as we take you through our delightful trip, from the moment we left San Antonio to our return, brimming with excitement for future EAA Airventure.


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Flying High: The Journey Begins

Our adventure commenced with a flight from San Antonio to Milwaukee, courtesy of Delta Airlines. The smooth journey allowed us to arrive in Milwaukee refreshed and ready for the exciting days ahead. We picked up our rental car from Avis and settled in at the Courtyard by Marriott Downtown Milwaukee, making sure we were well-rested for the next day’s escapade.

To Oshkosh We Go

With the morning sun, we embarked on our journey from Milwaukee to Oshkosh at the crack of dawn. Despite encountering rain along the way, our determination to reach the airshow remained steadfast. We were equipped with the Net All Over Travel Bag and the trusty Spitz GL-750X router, ensuring we remained connected and productive even while on the road. The Travel bag has a solar panel, portable battery and a switch to go from portable battery to router, so you don’t have to open the bag to turn on your Internet. Click here to find out more….

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The EAA Airventure Unveiled

Upon arriving at the EAA Airventure in Oshkosh at 7:30 AM, we were greeted by a breathtaking spectacle. The sheer diversity of aircraft and modes of transportation related to flying left us in awe. From RVs and trucks to planes, helicopters, bikes, and motorcycles, the event was a haven for aviation enthusiasts.


Exploring the Airventure

Come rain or shine, the enthusiasm of the attendees was unwavering. The grounds were bustling with thousands upon thousands of people, and the nearby campgrounds were equally bustling with aviation enthusiasts. Amidst this electrifying atmosphere, we took the opportunity to test the speed of some of our products. Notably, the GL-X750 and the cutting-edge 5G GL-X3000 (researching this product for possible subscriber use) performed brilliantly even in congested areas, reinforcing the potential of our high-speed Internet solutions for various scenarios.


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Testing the GL-X750

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Testing and researching the GL-X3000

A Tribute to Aviation Enthusiasts

As we strolled through the event with our travel bag, we were grateful for the chance to connect with like-minded individuals and professionals in the aviation community. Their dedication, knowledge, and kindness made the experience even more enriching. From cargo planes and gliders to the latest NASA and military aircraft, the EAA Airventure offered a wealth of knowledge and inspiration.


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Farewell, Oshkosh!

As the event came to a close, we departed Oshkosh with hearts full of gratitude and appreciation. The memories of witnessing aviation enthusiasts from all walks of life coming together to celebrate their passion will stay with us forever. The experience has only fueled our excitement to attend future EAA Airventure, where we hope to continue showcasing the potential of our high-speed Internet solutions.


Our visit to the EAA Airventure in Oshkosh was nothing short of extraordinary. From the diverse array of aviation marvels to the warmth and camaraderie among enthusiasts, this event left an indelible mark on our hearts. We extend our sincere thanks to all the organizers, staff, and aviation enthusiasts who made this experience possible. Until next time, Oshkosh, we eagerly await our next adventure at an EAA Airventure!


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