2006 IAC AirVenture Schedule

EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2006 IAC Schedule of Events

Annual Meeting/Member Reception The IAC Annual Meeting and Membership Reception will be held on Friday, July 28, at 6p.m. at the Nature

Center Tent No. 1. Election results for the board of directors and the bylaw and articles of incorporation vote will be announced. Thanks to our sponsor,
Falcon Insurance Agency, this is a great event to socialize with fellow IAC members and enjoy plenty of complimentary food and beverages.
Aerobatic Forums
Monday, July 24
11:30 am-12:45 pm
Forums Pavilion Four
Presenter: Budd Davisson
Topic: Choosing the Right Aerobatic Airplane for You
Tuesday, July 25
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
Forums Pavilion Five
Presenter: IAC President,
Vicki Cruse
Topic: Lessons Learned in Aerobatics for General Aviation Pilots

Thursday, July 27

10:00 am-11:15 am

Forums Pavilion Eleven

Presenter: Allan Englehardt

Topic: Getting Started in Aerobatics

Saturday, July 29
1:00 pm - 2:15 pm
Forums Pavilion Six
Presenter: Gregory Morris
Topic: Competition Aerobatics-Can you do it?
Aerobatic Workshops at the IAC Aerobatic Center IAC and aerobatic aircraft manufacturers and equipment suppliers have
teamed up to present a lineup of hands-on demonstrations and up-close-personal question and answer sessions at the IAC Aerobatic
center Wednesday, July 26, through Friday, July 28, during AirVenture. Also on hand will be several air show performers who have risen
up through the IAC ranks and who will be performing in the daily air show during AirVenture.
Location: IAC Aerobatic Center, EAA AirVenture Oshkosh Grounds
  Wednesday, July 26 Thursday, July 27 Friday, July 28
Autograph session with air show performer Patty Wagstaff
Meet air show performer, Mike Goulian and aircraft designer Walter Extra as they discuss the Extra 300SHP.
Basic and Recreational Aerobatics with Gordon Penner, CFI
Meet air show performer Brett Hunter. Open Q & A and autograph session.
Why Fly Aerobatics? Presenter: Bill Bruns
The Mastery of Flight Program by Rich Stowell, Master Instructor - Aerobatics
Maintenance of Cleveland Wheels & Brakes
Reduce Noise and Properly Operate and Maintain Your Aerobatic Propeller by Gerd Muehlbauer and Martin Albrecht of MT Propeller
Steen Aero Lab with Paul Goetsch/Barrett Brummett (Steen Skybolt, Great Lakes, Knight Twister and several Pitts)
Care and feeding of Russian-designed M14P engines by Gesoco Industries.
Pitts Model 12 and Pitts Python by Kimball Enterprises
Insuring your aerobatic aircraft by Bob Mackey of Falcon Insurance Agency
Restoring & Updating a Citabria with Nick Rezich of American Champion



Master Instructor-Aerobatics and IAC Member Rich Stowell to Receive National GA Award
On Wednesday, July 26, Master Instructor-Aerobatics Rich Stowell will be presented the 2006 National Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI) of the Year Award by FAA Administrator Marion Blakey. Rich, an IAC member and current chairman of the developing IAC Mastery of Flight program, specializing in spins, emergency  Maneuvers, aerobatic, and tail wheel training. He conducts training clinics nationwide and is well-known for his instructional books and videos.


Aircraft Parking Planning on flying your aircraft to AirVenture? We’ve got plenty of parking for aerobatic aircraft at the IAC Aerobatic Center located just south of the control tower. Interested? Contact IAC Parking Chairman Jim Taylor at IACSNF [at] aol.com with your name, aircraft type, and arrival and departure dates and we’ll reserve a space for you. Put a magenta (bright pink) piece of paper with the letters IAC in big black letters in your window when taxiing in, and the AirVenture aircraft parking chairman will direct you to the IAC pavilion.
Merchandise and Member Information The IAC Aerobatic Center is always your place for aerobatic club merchandise and information on aerobatic flying. Come join us and consider us your home during AirVenture.
For more information about AirVenture, visit https://www.eaa.org/en/airventure