What Does the IIC Look For?


If you have ever been to an air show briefing and witnessed the FAA IIC diligently taking notes, you may have pondered specifically what they are looking for.  Well, ponder no longer.  Thanks to the Cincinnati FSDO, we now have the checklist used by many FAA IICs to verify the readiness of performers and their aircraft.  Mike Millard of the CVG FSDO has given us permission to distribute the checklist that he and his crew use.  The checklist may be found here.  Take some time to familiarize yourself with the checklist, and if you feel that there are missing components, email Dan Hollowell at hollowell@airshows.aero.

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The International Council of Air Shows (ICAS) is a trade association dedicated to building and sustaining a vibrant air show industry to support its membership. To achieve this goal, ICAS demands its members operate their air show business at only the highest levels of safety, professionalism, and integrity.