IAC Chapter 34 - Ohio

We're Here to Fly!

About IAC 34

Welcome to our Chapter

EAAThe original charter for IAC34 is signed by Carl Bury on April 16th 1974 with 29 charter members. This was the Western-Reserve Chapter and met in Peninsula, Ohio in the local library. The first chapter fly-in for the chapter was on May 18, 1974, called a "Fly Together" at Wadsworth Airport. The first regional contest was held in Ohio in July of 1975. Over the years the chapter held contests at Medina, Middlefield, Portage, Millers, London, Columbus (Bolton Field), Marysville and its current home, Bellefontaine.

Today Chapter 34 continues in the spirit of educating, training and providing enjoyment for all our chapter members. Our motto - "Let's Fly!" You can read more about the history of Chapter 34 here. For more information on our chapter, please contact us via the information provided on the "Contact Us" page or view our IAC34 Chapter Bylaws online. 



The International Aerobatic Club (IAC) is a division of the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA). To be a member of IAC you must also be a member of EAA. The core purpose of the IAC is to promote and enhance safety and the enjoyment of sport aerobatics through openness and inclusiveness, a passion and responsibility to educate and share our knowledge both inside and outside the IAC, a commitment and responsibility to safety and excellence in every aspect of our sport and fair play and sportsmanship. To find out more about IAC and our programs and services, please visit our home page at www.IAC.org.

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