Chapter 88

South-East Michigan, Waterford

Chapter Contest

2022 Michigan Aerobatic Open

Contest Dates are July 9 and 10, 2022

Bay City James Clements Airport  3CM

Schedule:

Times are not firm and will be adjusted to suit conditions.

July 7     Box day 

July 8        Registration and Practice,  Pizza diner

July 9      7:30 Pilot briefing, competition flights begin, Lunch available on site, when we are done flying: Strip Steak Dinner on site prepared by Mary Unger

July 10      7:30 Pilot briefing, competition flights begin, Lunch available on site, finish up flights, awards

Fuel available by self-serve, American Express is not accepted Bring your VISA or MC.

Contest Director: Dan Unger, unger1949@gmail.com, 586-675-6030

Assistant CD: Hugo Ritzenthaler, hritzenthaler@att.net, 586-588-0145 

PRE-REGISTRATION:

To facilitate the registration process, we are asking competitors to pre-register before the deadline of July 1 by emailing the Registration, Tech Inspection and Volunteer Sign-Up forms as well a copy of their signed Free Sequence to Laura Buescher, Registrar (rvbird617b@aol.com)

Forms: https://www.iac.org/sites/www.iac.org/files/IAC%20Official%20Entry%20Form%20-%20editable%20RV.pdf

 

HOTEL:

Designated Contest Hotel: to be posted soon

 

HIGHEST SCORING BIPLANE MEDAL will be awarded

 

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Aerobatic Contest Checklist

Prior to the contest:

  • Check parachute will be current.
  • Check Insurance paperwork to ensure aircraft has up-to-date insurance coverage (minimum of $1M liability)
  • Check Aircraft will be in annual.
  • Check that your Medical will be current.
  • Check that aircraft has functioning radio.
  • Check that your Free forms (A, B, C) are approved and signed. (This is for Intermediate, Advanced, and Unlimited. Also applies to Sportsman if you have your own Free program.)
  • Make hotel and car rental reservations.
  • Call or email the Contest Director for any special instructions.

Take to contest:

  • Proof of insurance (binder letter or copy of declarations page is acceptable)
  • Pilots license
  • Current Pilot Medical
  • Current IAC member card.
  • Checkbook and Cash
  • Copies of your Freestyle (we recommend 10 Form A, and 15 each for Forms B & C; however these numbers vary for different contests)
  • Contest Rule Book (optional)
  • Check Aircraft for ARROW documents:
    • Airworthiness Certificate
    • Registration Certificate
    • Operating limitations
    • Weight and Balance documents for your particular aircraft. Generic weight and balance documents are not sufficient.
  • Aircraft logbook, or copy, showing the aircraft is in annual.
  • Parachute (and current pack card)
  • Current navigational charts
  • Fuel filler hose (Pitts types) (optional)
  • Oil filler spout (optional)
  • Tool kit
  • Sun Screen
  • Hat
  • Sunglasses
  • Chargers for battery-powered devices (cell phone, GPS, etc.)

 

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