Precision Aerobatics Model Pilots Association
07/09/2023 to 07/14/2023

For detailed information see the IAC Calendar.

Beautiful, large aircraft perform a prescribed stunt pattern before a panel of judges.  Flights are scored by smoothness and accuracy of maneuvers, with a bonus for aircraft appearance.  There are no design restrictions, but most models typically use .35-.60-size engines, with wingspans reaching more than 5 feet.  Precision Aerobatics is divided into skill classes for beginner, intermediate, advanced, and expert fliers. Two related events are Old-Time Stunt, using pre-1953 Stunt pattern and aircraft designs, and Classic Stunt, using aerobatics and aircraft designs that are more than 25 years old.

Nats News

July 20, 2019: CL Precision Aerobatics (Stunt)

By Matt Neumann (mrstuka@cinergymetro.net)

Gray skies, nothing but gray skies … at least for most of the morning.

Friday is traditionally called top 20 day. It is the day that the top 20 from the Open skill class flyoff to find the top five who will move on to Saturday’s event. It is also the day that, in this case, the top 16 from the Advanced class flyoff to find out who will be crowned the Advanced Class National Champion.

July 16, 2019: CL Precision Aerobatics (Stunt)

By Matt Neumann (mrstuka@cinergymetro.net)

Monday was the official start of Control Line Precision Aerobatics. It was officially about appearance point judging, and to have the pilots’ meeting. Unofficially, it was to meet and greet old acquaintances and to make new friends. To many, the latter is more important than the primary reason.

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