Please see Safety Considerations for an introduction to the importance of instruction in aerobatics.
Although there is no FAA requirement (as in some other countries) for an aerobatic flying "endorsement", competent instruction is a crucial element of safe recreational and contest acro flying.
If you are an aerobatics instructor offering training to owners of aerobatic airplanes or an instructor with an aerobatic airplane, please contact email@example.com to be added to this list.
Specialized Aero Works
Contact Person: Mike Kloch
Phone: (541) 848-7790
Aircraft: 2005 Super Decathlon, 8KCAB, or owner's airplane
Courses: Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT), aerobatics, tailwheel, and more
Airport: Bend Municipal airport (KBDN), Bend, OR
Contact Person: Bruce Williams
Aircraft: Extra 300L
Courses: Stall/spin recovery, Unusual attitude/upset training, Basic aerobatics, RV aerobatics
Airport: Boeing Field, KBFI , Seattle, WA
Notes: Training in Extra 300L available May-September in Seattle
Wild Blue Aviation
Contact Person: Jerry Painter
Aircraft: Super Decathlon, 8KCAB
Courses: Stall/spin recovery, Basic Aerobatics
Airport: Arlington Municipal Airport, KAWO, Arlington, WA
Contact Person: Michael Church
Phone: (949) 852-8850
Aircraft: aerobatic Citabria, Standard and Super Decathlons, Pitts S2B, Extra 300
Courses: Basic, Intermediate, and Advanced Aerobatics, Spin training, tail wheel endorsement
Note: qualified pilots have the opportunity for solo rental for training and to fly Sunrise airplanes at camps and contests
Contact Person: Judy Phelps
Aircraft: aerobatic Citabria, Standard and Super Decathlons
Courses: stall/spin awareness, (Upset Prevention & Recovery Training), advanced spin training, and competition aerobatics. Aerobatic aircraft checkouts and tail wheel endorsement.