The FAI is pleased to announce that Glider Aerobatics, Parachuting Canopy Piloting and Paramotors have been selected by the IWGA (International World Games Association) for The World Games 2017 in W....Read more...
The FAI Environmental Commission (EnvC) has established the Angelo d’Arrigo Diploma, a new FAI environmental award which aims at recognising and promoting major contributions in the field of environ....Read more...
The FAI is pleased to announce the appointment of Susanne Schödel as its new Secretary General, starting on 1 March 2014. Schödel, a 41 year old German native, combines experience in airsports, mana....Read more...
|until 02 August 2014||17th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships||Torun (Poland)|
|until 02 August 2014||5th FAI World Advanced Glider Aerobatic Championships||Torun (Poland)|
|07 August 2014||11th FAI World Advanced Aerobatic Championships||Dubnica nad Váhom (Slovakia)|
|23 August 2014||19th FAI European Aerobatic Championships||Matkopuszta Airport (Hungary)|
|27 November 2014||4th FAI World YAK 52 Aerobatic Championship||Mossel Bay (South Africa)|
|27 November 2014||1st FAI World Intermediate Aerobatic Championship||Mossel Bay (South Africa)|
|05 August 2015||18th FAI World Glider Aerobatic Championships||Zbraslavice (Czech Rep.)|
|05 August 2015||6th FAI World Advanced Glider Aerobatic Championships||Zbraslavice (Czech Rep.)|
|19 August 2015||28th FAI World Aerobatic Championships||Châteauroux-Déols (France)|
|01 December 2015||2015 FAI World Air Games||Dubai (United Arab Emirates)|
|03 August 2017||2017 The World Games||Wroclaw (Poland)|
Latest FAI World Record Claims
|26 July 2014||Aeromodelling and Spacemodelling : Distance in a straight line: 149 : 17.8 km||Vladimir Kiselev (RUS)|
|19 July 2014||Powered Aeroplanes : Altitude : 6376 m||Klaus Ohlmann (GER)|
|19 July 2014||Powered Aeroplanes : Altitude in horizontal flight : 6350 m||Klaus Ohlmann (GER)|
|19 July 2014||Powered Aeroplanes : Speed over a 15 km course : 229.7 km/h||Klaus Ohlmann (GER)|
|19 July 2014||Powered Aeroplanes : Time to climb to a height of 6 000 m : 1h 53 min 41 sec||Klaus Ohlmann (GER)|