Each year, the membership of the IAC nominates outstanding volunteers to be recognized for their contribution to the sport of aerobatics. The award recipients are selected by secret ballot of the IAC Board of Directors.
IAC President Robert Armstrong presented the recipients with their awards at the IAC Gathering of Members on Friday evening, July 27th at the EAA Nature Center during AirVenture in Oshkosh. In the past, these awards have been presented at the U.S. National...(read more)
The first informational Bulletin for the 2017 U.S. National Aerobatic Championships has now been finalized and is published as a PDF available for download below. The Bulletin contains a wealth of important information regarding the Nationals including schedules, arrival procedures, entry fee details, and many other important pieces of information for those attending as competitors and volunteers.
The easy answer is everyone! Whether you are a competitor, judge, volunteer, observer or family member. For the first time in over 40 years, Nationals has a new home. Participating in the championships in Oshkosh on the AirVenture grounds will be special. And it will be secure. EAA is providing us with gate security, so ID or wristbands will be issued for entry to everyone who comes to the Nationals this year.
Register online: https://www.iac.org/node/add/contest-pre-registration
The IAC has...(read more)
Online Clearance Sale!
Our new merchandise for AirVenture 2017 is delivered, tagged and filling up our IAC Pavilion store in Oshkosh!
We need to clean our closet and make room for the new items and no better way to do it than to offer it to you at a super discount.
When you buy online, you'll save 25%-40% off the retail price. Check out all of the discounted items HERE.
Each year, AirVenture airshow organizers include an IAC exhibition to highlight the skill and discipline that it takes to fly competition aerobatics. Cameron Jaxheimer, IAC 436475, has been invited to be this year's demonstrator, scheduled for Sunday's show. Cameron, flying an EXTRA 330SC, represented the IAC as a member of the 2016 U.S. Advanced Aerobatic Team. He was the highest-placing U.S. competitor in the World Advanced Aerobatic Competition in Poland last year.