EAA AirVenture - July 22 - July 28, 2024 - Oshkosh, Wisconsin USA

SEE YOU IN 2024!

This year's theme is "Aerobatics Around the World". 
The international Aerobatic Club has members and 
chapters around the world. 

Currently  there are 524 IAC members from 38 countries.
We are showcasing some of our member's aerobatic 
aircraft that were built in other countries. 

If you visit the IAC Pavilion during AirVenture look for a 
variety of aircraft including: Suhkoi Su-29 (Russia), Zlin 
26F (Czech Republic), De Havilland Chipmunk (England) , CAP 232 (France), Sbach (Germany)  and a Yak 52 (Russia)

IAC Aerobatic Center at EAA AirVenture

2024 Dates/Times of Operation

The IAC's Aerobatic Center is right in the middle of the action at Air Show center. The building is open to the public for shopping in air-conditioned comfort (one of the few buildings on site with air conditioning). We have many friendly members that will be happy to share their aerobatic knowledge with you.
The IAC Aerobatic Center at AirVenture will operate as follows:
     Sunday, July 21 from 1200 to 1700
     Monday through Thursday, July 22-25 from 0800-1900
     Friday, July 26 and Saturday July 27 from 0800-1700
     Sunday, July 28 from 0800 to 1200
All Central Daylight Time (CDT)
IAC Forums

IAC Forums and Volunteer Opportunities

Forums: will 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 24 through Friday, July 28 starting each morning at 8:30am.
Volunteer: The IAC Aerobatic Headquarters is run by volunteers who help with merchandise, greet guests and talk aerobatics. Contact the AirVenture Chairman:  

IAC Annual Membership meeting and 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 on Friday, July 26, 2024.
The IAC member gathering, and dinner will be held at the EAA Nature Center from 6:00p.m. to 8:00p.m. also on Friday. 

IAC Aircraft Parking

2024 AirVenture NOTAM

The 2024 NOTAM which describes AirVenture arrival and departure procedures can be downloaded in a digital version at, or order a free printed copy via that website or by calling EAA Membership Services at 800-564-6322.
Help the EAA Parking personnel direct you to the IAC parking area by downloading and printing 
an IAC sign for your window. 
Proceed to the IAC Aerobatic Center and let us know you have arrived. Please 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.

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.

IAC Chapter Camping

Are you or your IAC chapter members planning to camp at Camp Scholler during AirVenture this year? Would you like to join the AirVenture IAC Chapter Camping?
AirVenture is fun no matter where you stay, however the fun is doubled with old and newfound friends sharing space together in Camp Scholler. CONTACT Lorrie Penner at editor[at] for special discounted chapter rates.

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The IAC currently has 40 chapters scattered throughout the United States, Canada, Argentina and Norway. The chapters are the foundation of the organization hosting aerobatic judge schools, practice days, open houses and up to 40 sanctioned competitions a year. Chapter locator. In light of the IAC's aerobatic endeavors around the world, it is easy to think that its main concern lies in major competitions. Though they are an important part of the IAC competition activity, the true story of the IAC's grass roots efforts lies in the regional competitions it sanctions each year.

IAC members enjoy many benefits of membership some of which are; an aerobatic judges school program, the Achievement Award program (Achievements recognized in non-competition and competition environments), the Collegiate program, government relations representation, a safety committee providing technical and safety tips, and scholarships for aerobatic and upset training.