U.S. National Aerobatic Championships come to a successful conclusion
Seventyeight of the the nation's best aerobatic pilots came together during the week of September 22-28 at the U.S. National Aerobatic Championships held in Oshkosh, Wisconsin to compete for national championship titles. Offical pre-contest practice began on Friday, September 21 and the first day of competition flights began on Saturday, September 22.
The Opening Ceremony on Saturday morning was held in the Founder's Wing at the EAA Aviation Museum, a beautiful and memorable location. Contest Director,...(read more)
See you in Oshkosh!
The Collegiate Program Competition standings show MSU leading UND by a slim margin. The national championships count in the overall...(read more)
The WAAC is complete. The USA has done very well. Individual medals were received in all Unknowns with Aaron McCarton taking Gold in Unknown 2, and Matt Dunfee taking Bronze in Unknown 1 and 3. Overall, two members finished in the top 10 and as a Team they received the Silver!
This has been a remarkable event. The Advanced team has had to overcome some of the most difficult situations that can happen and continued to preform as a team and succeed! As Mark Fullerton told me in briefings several times, "His guys " were doing well and he felt that he there were some that could make it...(read more)
The rules proposals for 2019 which were submitted by IAC members have been posted on this website. Members were requested to respond to iacrulescomments [at] gmail.com with their views and opinions on these proposals. However, to make this more efficient, the Rules Committee has introduced a "survey style" method for members to comment. To begin the survey, please click on this link:(read more)