- An air traffic control tower in Wisconsin claims it's the world's busiest during an annual air show
- Oshkosh is hosting one of the world's biggest aviation events, which draws 10,000 aircraft
- The FAA brings in special teams of experienced air traffic controllers to work the event
CNN's Thom Patterson covered the Experimental Aircraft Association's AirVenture airshow in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. Follow him on Twitter at @thompatterson.
Oshkosh, Wisconsin (CNN)This week, the world's busiest air traffic control tower isn't in Atlanta or Chicago or London or Dubai. It's in the tiny town of Oshkosh, Wisconsin.