Oshkosh – one word means so much to pilots. It’s the world’s largest fly-in, but it’s also a trade show, air show, education week, and even part family reunion. But one of the best parts of EAA’s AirVenture show is getting there. Flying into KOSH requires pilots to fly a very specific procedure and often land on a runway with two other airplanes. It’s challenging and different, but also a lot of fun. In this video, fly along in a Citabria as it lands on runway 27 at Oshkosh, and listen to the rapid-fire controllers.