One day after the Martin Mars made a splash at Oshkosh, JetBlue Airways made waves by flying in an Airbus A321 only minutes after confirming a new order for 30 of the single-aisle jets. The aircraft nicknamed "BluesMobile" is the first A321 delivered from Airbus' fourth and newest final assembly line for A320 family aircraft in Mobile, Alabama.

Photos by Jeremy Dwyer-Lindgren

Questair Venture

A JetBlue Airways Airbus A321 lands at Oshkosh as the New York City-based airline announces an order for 30 more of the single-aisle jet.

B-29 Fifi tail gunner

The remotely-operated tail gunner station aboard FIFI, the Boeing B-29 Superfortress, rests in the morning sun.

Questair Venture Oshkosh

The stubby, very short kit-built Questair Venture rests at the show.

Super Aero 45

The unusual looking Aero 45S Super Aero makes an appearance at the show.

Pietenpol air camper

Spokes radiate out from the axle of a Pietenpol Air Camper.

B-29 FiFi take-off

The rare Boeing B-29 Superfortress, named FIFI, departs the airshow to head to nearby Appleton for rides.

Lockheed C-5

The gigantic C-5 Super Galaxy kicks up a cloud of dust as it arrives for a four-day stint at the show.

Oshkosh connections board

Names of employees, mostly from airlines come and gone, appear on a connections board.

Oshkosh drone

Horizon Hobby employee Steve Petrotto demonstrates the Blade Chroma camera drone in a specially-made drone enclosure.

A-10 at Oshkosh

A Fairchild Republic A-10 makes an appearance at the show.