FAI / CIVA / AAC Regulations

Flying members of the AAC-QLD are subject to the Rules and Regulations of the  Fédération Aéronautique Internationale and the Australian Aerobatic Club which can be accessed, viewed and downloaded from this page. 

The Fédération Aéronautique Internationale, FAI – The World Air Sports Federation, was founded in Paris France on 14 October 1905.

FAI is an international organisation based in Lausanne Switzerland with the basic aim of furthering aeronautical and astronautical activities world-wide and is responsible for coordinating the organisation of international competitions and ratifying world and continental records.

The FAI consists of 15 Commissions and CIVA (Commission Internationale de Voltige Aérienne) is the Commission responsible for Power and Glider Aerobatics. All international and record aerobatic activities are conducted under CIVA. Additionally, CIVA is responsible for making the rules for competitions.

Aerobatic organisations around the world have adopted the CIVA Regulations Sporting Code – Section 6 Aerobatic.  Part 1 is relative to power aerobatics.

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Section 6 – Regulations for the Conduct of International Aerobatic Events.

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The Australian Aerobatic Club has developed their own regulations in regard to several aspects of aerobatics in Australia.

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Australian Aerobatic Club - Queensland Chapter

Australian Aerobatic Club
Queensland Chapter