Basic Aerobatic Course Outline:

Our Basic Aerobatic Course is designed to introduce you to aerobatic figures and prepare you for the International Aerobatic Club's (IAC) Primary and Sportsman power smooth awards.

In preparation for the training, visit https://www.iac.org/legacy/achievement-awards and http://www.iac.org/ under "Power Smooth Awards," click on the links for Primary and Sportsman and print out a couple of copies of each to bring with you. These are the maneuvers we will focus on to competition standards.

Flight 1. 0.5 Hours Ground Instruction, 0.7 Hours Dual.

Objective: The student will review one-turn spins and aileron rolls. The student will be introduced to the aerodynamics of full and half loops, and the first compound maneuver--the Immelmann.

Flight 2. 0.5 Hours Ground Instruction, 0.7 Hours Dual.

Objective. The student will review spins, rolls, and loops, and will be familiarized with the mechanics of half and reverse half Cuban Eights, Hammerhead Turns, and potential stall/spin scenarios from botched maneuvers.

Flight 3. 0.5 Hours Ground Instruction, 0.7 Hours Dual.

Objective. The student will practice all maneuvers learned. The student will be familiarized with design considerations for aerobatic sequences, including regulatory requirements for the equipment and airspace.

Flight 4 - 8. 0.5 Hours Ground Instruction, 0.7 Hours Dual each.

Objective. The student will continue to review all maneuvers previously learned. The student will be familiarized with inverted turn dynamics, inverted spins, and inverted Dutch Rolls.

PREREQUISITES: Emergency Maneuver Training Course or Equivalent. cost estimated: $ 1800.00 for 4 hours ground and 5.6 hours dual instruction.

Basic Aerobatic Sequences.