Welcome to Aerobatics Canada
Aerobatics Canada represents and promotes amateur sport aerobatic flying in all it's aspects in Canada
2021 Contest/Event Schedule
Killam/Sedgewick Aerobatic Contest – CANCELED
Cutbank Aerobatic Contest – CANCELED
Central Canada Aerobatic Championship in Steinbach
Manitoba at CJB3 *New contest this year* – August 20-22nd
Rocky Mountain House Aerobatic Contest at CYRM – September 3-5th
Canadian Nationals Aerobatic Contest hosted by Ontario
Chapter 3 at Midland Airport CYEE – September 9-11th
This years AGM will be held via Zoom on August 31 at 1830 MDT.
Zoom info to club members will be provided by chapter executives.
We will be voting on the process for worlds team selection, there are seven options for you to review, Please see below:
If you are unable to make the meeting you can assign a proxy to vote on your behalf, Please complete the proxy voting form linked below and submit to your chapter president or Aerobatics Canada president at email@example.com.
STATEMENT OF AEROBATIC COMPETENCY RENEWAL, TEMPORARY RELIEF
For those looking to renew their statement of aerobatic competency in the 2021 season.
Due to covid making it difficult to complete renewals some changes were made for the 2021 season allowing new options for renewal.
Please review the Transport Canada Civil Aviation Safety Alert at the link below for more info:
The 2020 Canadian Nationals, which was held on the labour day weekend (Sept 5), was a great success. The weather was perfect and the turnout was impressive.
Our Contest Director Lenora, and Chief Judge Charlie were able to organize the volunteers and keep a smooth running contest that saw 42 flights to be flown in one day and all wrapped up by 4:30 pm.
We had 14 competitors, including an Extra 300 from BC, and several planes and pilots from Manitoba. The Manitoba competitors even brought their own cheering section, It was great to have all of the students from Harv’s Air visit and cheer on all of the Manitoba pilots.
Interesting is that we had 3 competitors in 2 Extra 300L’s, 2 in a Gamebird GB1, a Giles, a Sukhoi, a Laser, a One Design, an Eagle, a Zenith Super Acro, a Pitts, and of course one Decathlon.
In spite of COVID measures, (Masks were available and hand sanitizers were numerous and strategically available)
Thanks again to Lenora for organizing the event, and to all of the volunteers who rallied to the challenge, and the spectators and local that were there to add to the ambiance of the day.
Contest results can be seen by clicking here
Interested in getting an SFOC to practice aerobatics below 2000 feet?
Want to fly aerobatics but not sure where to start?
Check out our list of flight schools in Canada offering aerobatic training:
Or join a local chapter and learn more about the sport:
Aerobatics Canada President can be contacted at the address below or general inquires can be made through our contact us form click here –