Webinar- How to Prepare for an Unknown Aerobatic Sequence
Jim Bourke from the IAC will discuss the preparation needed for a pilot to adjust their practice in order to fly a sequence that they have never flown before.
In Aerobatic Aircraft
EAA's Attic - Rolly Cole Trophy
EAA Aviation Museum Program Coordinator Chris Henry examines the Rolly Cole Memorial Trophy, an aerobatic award given to performers who stood out among their peers, in the latest video edition of EAA’s Attic.
Webinar- Your First Aerobatic Plane
Jim Bourke from the International Aerobatic Club will discuss considerations in choosing the right aerobatic plane for you to step into that won't be too limiting or boring too quickly, but also not too overwhelming to start in.
Webinar- Freestyle Aerobatics
IAC member Jim Bourke talks about his approach to freestyle aerobatic competition. He will provide tips for anyone aspiring to fly freestyle aerobatics. Additionally, he will break down and discuss the details of his award-winning freestyle routine.
Webinar- Avoiding Stalls Spins
Gordon Penner, master CFI-Aerobatics presents a simple and practical description of stalls and spins commonly covered in emergency maneuver training. Understanding these simple principles will help you to avoid an unintentional stall and spin.
Patty Wagstaff - Aerobatic Pilot
Three-time U.S. National Aerobatic Champion and longtime air show pilot Patty Wagstaff spoke at the EAA Aviation Museum in November 2018.
One Plus One Equals 110
When Sergei Yakovlev, son of legendary Soviet aircraft designer Alexander Sergeyevich Yakovlev, was working on the aerobatic Yak-55 back in 1980, he probably never imagined anything like this.