A number of our web-based contest functions are now being revised and effective immediately, we request that you list your contest on the IAC website’s Contest Calendar at the following link:(read more)
Some issues were identified in the previously-released Advanced Power Known sequence for 2017. A revised version is now available at: https://www.iac.org/files/Sequences/ADVP-KnownV2-2017.pdf
Note that only Figure 7 has changed.
Our library of aerobatic sequences has been updated to include all 2016 Unknown programs, courtesy of Brian Howard, and all 2017 Known programs. Check it out!
IAC President Mike Heuer issued a report to the organization's leadership group yesterday. The Board met in Oshkosh on November 11-12th and took action on a wide range of agenda items. These included rules changes for 2017, Known compulsory sequences for next season, planning for AirVenture and Nationals 2017, and many other issues.
In addition to Board business, the annual EAA Sport Aviation Hall of Fame induction ceremonies were held at the EAA Museum on Thursday evening, November 10th. Robert Armstrong was inducted into the International Aerobatics Hall of Fame and received his...(read more)
At its meeting in Oshkosh, Wisconsin on November 11th and 12th, the IAC Board approved the recommended Known compulsory sequences for both power and glider categories for the 2017 contest season. The sequences were created, reviewed, flown, and revised by IAC's Known Selection Committee (KSC) under the leadership of Rules Chairman Brian Howard. The KSC includes a variety of pilots with experience in all competition categories and their selections were thoroughly evaluated before submission to the Board. Files with the sequences (Forms A, B, and C) are attached below for download.
Friday, September 30th was the final day of a very successful U.S. National Aerobatic Championships. Special congratulations to Rob Holland in his sixth consecutive championship win in Unlimited!
If you see them and have a chance, take time to congratulate all the winners and champions:
Primary: Nick Meyer (Decathlon)
US Sportsman Aerobatic Champion (Power category): Cory Johnson (Pitts S-1C)
US Sportsman Glider Champion: Merrick Isely (DG1001)
US Intermediate Aerobatic Champion (Power category): David Taylor (Staudacher S600)
US Intermediate Glider...