JULY 21-25, 2020

While we can’t gather in Oshkosh this year, we can still share The Spirit of Aviation. EAA and its communities are celebrating the entire aviation community by showcasing the spectrum of flight virtually during EAA Spirit of Aviation Week on July 21-25! Over 170 events during the week; forums, discussions, interviews, video content, and archival pieces.Visit www.EAAtogether.org(link is external) for more details. #EAAtogether(link is external)

Visit the IAC webpage to discover our role in the Spirit of Aviation Week: https://www.iac.org/2020-air-venture-iac-50-year-anniversary Learn more about the IAC's 50 year anniversary, shop online for 50th anniversary merchandise and learn more about how to get involved in aerobatics!

The IAC currently has 40 chapters scattered throughout the continential United States, Alaska, Argentina and Norway. The chapters are the foundation of the organization hosting aerobatic judge schools, practice days, open houses and 38 sanctioned contests last 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 programgovernment relations representation, a safety committee providing technical and safety tips, and scholarships for aerobatic and upset training.