With the approach of Judges School season, we're getting inquiries about the Aresti Catalog.
There are no new figures for 2016. So you can continue to use your 2014 and 2015 catalogs if you like. Glider pilots should note that the super slow roll has been eliminated from the GAF.
If you do want a new copy, they are available at www.arestisystem.com. (Note: Chrome users have experienced problems with the site, but it seems to work with Internet Explorer.)
This year, CIVA implements its new rules on "Free Known" programs for the World Advanced Aerobatic Championships in Poland and the World Glider Aerobatic Championships (Unlimited and Advanced) in Hungary. Selection of a US Unlimited Aerobatic Team (Power) and US Glider Aerobatic Teams (Advanced and Unlimited) will be carried out at this year's US National Aerobatic Championships in Sherman/Denison, Texas.
The IAC Board of Directors will be considering changes to the flight programs required to try out for the US Team. The Unlimited Team will compete at the WAC in 2017 which is...(read more)
Deadline for the submission of Nominating Petitions for IAC officer and director positions is April 6, 2016.
The offices of President, Secretary, and three (3) Director positions are up for election this year. Electronic balloting will begin soon after the nominations close and will run up until the week of EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh. The results of the election will be announced at the IAC Annual Membership meeting in Oshkosh that week.(read more)
Our best wishes to everyone for 2016 -- we look forward to a successful, challenging, and fun year. There will be a full calendar of regional competitions, IAC will feature its "Grass Roots to the Top of the World" theme at EAA AirVenture this year, and the season will culminate in the US National Aerobatic Championships in Texas in September.
Our thanks to all of the wonderful volunteers throughout the country who make IAC's programs and activities possible.
Happy New Year to all and Safe Flying!
Mike Heuer, President
The 2015 IAC Collegiate Program results are now official and can be viewed at: https://iaccdb.iac.org/leaders/collegiate/2015
Individual congratulations go to the following: 1) Patrick Mills from the University of North Dakota with 81.47% 2) Doug Clark from the United States Air Force Academy with 80.66% and 3) Trevor Rogers of the United States Air Force Academy with 79.58%. Collegiate individual winners must be full-time undergraduate students, compete in the Sportsman...(read more)