Crowds up to 300,000 gathered Sunday at the Experimental Aircraft Association annual Fly-In and Convention air show, setting a one-day attendance record.

Tom Poberezny, EAA Convention chairman, said a "festive" crowd topped the old record of 200,000 for a single day but that increased traffic was not straining resources. He estimated the crowd to be between 275,000 and 300,000.Lines at food tents, bathrooms and telephones caused 45-minute waits in some cases, and booths selling tickets had people lined up an hour waiting to see the 1.7 mile stretch where 4,500 planes were parked.