12 documents found.
Subject Matter Experts Answer Nagging Air Show Questions (2010, 2Q)
For event organizers, there are a few persistent, recurring questions. In this article, we get clear and definitive answers from air show veterans and subject matter experts. By Estelle Brown
Helping Aviaiton History Come Alive, the Challenges and Opportunities of Warbird Air Show Performers (2009, 2Q)
Warbird performances have been the keystone of air shows worldwide since the industry's inception. Their universal appeal to aviation and history buffs alike make them a top draw for any air show. By Pete Muntean
Performer Interaction Checklist, ICAS Air Show Manual
Performer Interaction Checklist from the ICAS Air Show Manual
Factors that Influence How Performer Members are Hired: a Member Editorial (2008, 3Q)
An air show pilot reflects on what it takes for a new performer to establish himself in the air show business.
Survey Results: Performer Fees (2008, 2Q)
In the second quarter of 2008, ICAS surveyed its members -- both event organizers and performers --about their perceptions of air show performer fees. The detailed results of that survey are revealed in this Air Shows Magazine article.
Survey Statistics Indicate Air Show Spectators Prefer Warbirds (2005, 4Q)
We explore the longstanding love/hate relationship between warbird operators and air show event organizers and explain why it is in the best interests of both groups to love more and hate less.
Improving Relations between Performers and Event Organizers (2003, 3Q)
The average air show performer wants nothing more than to deliver a strong, safe, entertaining performance for every show that hires him or her. The event organizer wants the same thing. But they sometimes disagree on the path to this mutually agreed upon destination.
Performers Interacting with Event Organizers: Tips and Advice (2003, 2Q)
It's a mystery to some air show performers why they have trouble getting invited back to air shows where they've already flown. The sad fact is that performers can be their own worst enemies when it comes to getting return engagements.
How Event Organizers Hire Air Show Performers (2000, 4Q)
What's on the Minds of North American Air Show Organizers as They Begin to Consider Who to Hire in 2001? (2000, 4Q)
Military Aircraft and Crew Compliments (1999, 4Q)
A list of military aircraft that often appear on static display at air shows and the number of essential crew for each (1999, 4Q)
Performer-Generated Contract for Event Organizers, Sample 2
ICAS has gathered a number of performer contracts written by performers to be presented to event organizers. They vary widely in their length, specificity and emphasis. We've presented a broad cross-section of those contracts for your consideration and information as you work to develop your own contract.
FAA letter of intrepretation on media rides at air shows in experimental category aircraft
In this letter from FAA General Counsel in July of 1997, the specific circumstances under which an air show performer might provide media rides in an experimental aircraft are ennumerated and discussed.