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It's Time to Start Thinking About Judges School

You don’t have to be a pilot to be a judge!

Photo by Laurie Zaleski

There’s always a need for judges at IAC contests. If you’re a contest pilot, becoming a judge is as important as performing a good snap roll. Knowing what looks right from the outside helps you fly it right on the inside. If you don’t fly but would like to be in on the action, becoming a judge allows you to directly take part in the sport. The only thing required to participate as a judge are your eyes and a judges school offered by your local chapter of the International Aerobatic Club.

Find an IAC chapter.

If you’d like to find a judges school near you, just visit the IAC’s Judges School Listing.

To get a good idea of the requirements to become a judge, IAC Chapter 12 has put together this course description.


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