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International Aerobatic Club Offers Variety of Member Benefits



February 14, 2013 - Whether you are interested in flight competitions or just learning more about the exciting field of aerobatic flight, the International Aerobatic Club (IAC) offers a wide variety of exclusive benefits for its members.

These include eligibility to compete in regional and national competitions, and access to numerous comprehensive educational programs in such areas as judging seminars and safety, and other chapter activities.

Those who join IAC also become members in one of 40 worldwide local chapters and receive monthly copies of Sport Aerobatics magazine and In the Loop e-newsletter. Pilot safety programs, including aerobatic instruction, aerobatic mishap review, and technical safety committees, are also open to members for answers to questions and guidance.

Do you have questions on how to apply for an aerobatic practice in your community or other government-related concerns? IAC's specific government representation can get you the answers you need as a division member. The IAC EAA Insurance Plan also makes sure members get the assistance they need and premium discounts.

Current EAA members can join IAC for an annual fee of $45, which includes an official membership card, window decal, and access to the other comprehensive benefits mentioned above. An IAC and complete EAA membership costs $85 annually, which includes the full benefits of both divisions as well as 12 issues of EAA Sport Aviation magazine.

For more information about IAC membership plans and benefits, or to join, contact the EAA membership department at 800-843-3612 or membership@eaa.org.


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