(Oshkosh) It’s a ways off yet and officials at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh continue planning for the 2020 version of AirVenture in July. Dick Knapinski of EAA says for now it’s on. Knapinski says among the highlights at AirVenture this year they hope to celebrate the 75th anniversary of the end of World War II and the 50th Anniversary of the Canadian Snowbirds air demonstration team. In the meantime the pace at the EAA grounds has slowed down allowing maintenance crews to work on projects and staff at the museum to work on displays. AirVenture is scheduled for July 20th through the 26th.