Wittman Regional Airport


Oshkosh's Wittman Regional Airport (OSH) is most notably known as home to the Experimental Aircraft Association and its annual EAA AirVenture Oshkosh, “The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.”

Thanks to the EAA and thousands of volunteers, aviation enthusiasts worldwide have come to think of Oshkosh as THE annual experience. a once-a-year opportunity to immerse themselves in all things aviation and to be a part of the “World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration.”

But take a closer look and you'll find that Wittman Regional Airport is also a local business and general aviation hub for the Fox Cities, not just a one-week-each-year facility that goes dormant after AirVenture.

With easy access to nearby US 41 and adjacent rail freight service, OSH offers visiting pilots everything from an international-class 8,000-foot instrument runway, as well as three other paved runways, a superb Fixed Base Operator and other aviation companies ready to welcome you as a regular customer.

Owned and operated by Winnebago County, Oshkosh's Wittman Regional Airport is named for air racing legend and aviation pioneer Steve Wittman who, for 38 years, served as the airport manager and called then-Winnebago County Airport his base for his air racing operations.

Please take a moment to learn why Wittman Regional Airport might well be the answer to any aviation challenge you face.



Click here to learn about Wittman Airport History, Airport Governance, Current Airport Tenants and Websites, Business Development Opportunities and more about the Wittman Aviation Education program. The Wittman ASOS is available 24-hours a day at 920-426-1644.