EAA AirVenture - July 26 - August 1, 2021 - Oshkosh, Wisconsin USA
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The 50th Anniversary of the International Aerobatic Club
Come Celebrate! See our IAC 50th Anniversary photo gallery: HERE
Dates and Time
EAA AirVenture will run on the following dates: Monday, July 26 through Sunday, August 1, 2021
The IAC Aerobatic Center at AirVenture will operate as follows:
Sunday, July 25 from 1200 to 1700
Monday through Thursday, July 26-29 from 0800-1900
Friday, July 30 Saturday from 0800-1700
Saturday, July 31 from 0800 to 1700
Sunday, August 1 from 0800 to 1200
All Central Daylight Time (CDT)
Purchase your EAA AirVenture Oshkosh admissions, camping, parking, flight experiences, and merchandise in advance.
Some of the world's top air show performers have made commitments to fly at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2021. Many of the performers got their start in aerobatics with IAC and still are members. Vicky Benzing IAC 431814, Rob Holland 27724 9-time U.S. National Champion, Jeff Boerboon IAC 16931 2010 U.S. National Champion, Dell Coller IAC 431797, Kirby Chambliss 5-time U.S. National Champion IAC 12086, Bill Stein IAC 24047, Patty Wagstaff IAC 9010 3-time U.S, National Champion, Mike Goulian IAC 11878 1995 U.S. National Champion, Gene Soucy IAC 25 3-time U.S. National Champion, and David Martin IAC 5128 2001 U.S. National Champion.
Additional air show information will be added to the schedule as it is confirmed: EAA AirVenture 2021 Air Shows
A full range of seminars and forums will also be held during the course of the week. Seminars will take place at the IAC Vicki Cruse Educational Pavilion at the IAC Aerobatic Center from Tuesday, July 27 through Friday, July 30 starting each morning at 8:30am. A full schedule has been finalized here: LINK
IAC Annual Membership meeting and IAC Member Gathering
IAC will hold its a IAC Annual Membership meeting in the Vicki Cruse Educational Pavilion at the IAC Aerobatic Center at 8:30a.m.
The IAC member gathering and dinner will be held at the EAA Nature Center from 6:00p.m. to 8:00p.m. Both on Friday, July 30. Space is limited to 168 chairs, please make a reservation: IAC Annual Membership Meeting July 30 | International Aerobatic Club
Arrival by Aircraft
The 2021 NOTAM which describes AirVenture arrival and departure procedures can be downloaded in a digital version of the NOTAM at www.EAA.org, or order a free printed copy via that website or by calling EAA Membership Services at 800-564-6322.
The NOTAM describes the sign that pilots should bring in their airplanes with “IAC” printed in bold letters. This sign will be shown to EAA Parking personnel so they can direct you to the IAC parking area. It is a simple and efficient system for printing and carriage in your aircraft. Pdf of a sample sign is attached at the bottom of this page for printing.
IAC Aircraft – Bring Your Own Tie-Downs
All aircraft must be tied down and EAA Parking advises us that the best solution is to bring your own tiedowns. Tiedowns are available commercially at the AirVenture site and loaners are also available from EAA, but these sources cannot be counted on if arrivals are “after hours” or supplies run low. Please plan to bring your own equipment. EAA has the “Claw” tie-down device on sale and comes highly recommended.
After being directed to the IAC Parking area by EAA Parking personnel (showing them your “IAC” sign will assist them), pilots should proceed to the IAC Aerobatic Center to check in with IAC personnel, let us know you have arrived, and to sign our Guest Book.
All aircraft should be registered with EAA Aircraft Registration as well and directions will be provided at the IAC Aerobatic Center if you are not familiar.
IAC PARKING PLAN (IAC Aerobatic Center indicated by arrow)
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