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Concorde steals the EAA show. (illustration)

Oshkosh, Wls.--The Experimental Aircraft Association's annual "fly-in" this year was, as usual, the biggest and best ever. EAA says there were about 15,000 transient aircraft at the show and another 1,760 officially registered as show planes.

All of the usual and unusual experimentals, antiques, warbirds and classics were on hand, but the scene stealer by far was the British Airways Concorde that arrived the first day, making its first appearance ever at Oshkosh. BA flew the Concorde from London on a special charter for people wanting to attend the EAA show. …

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