This category includes documents related to the business- and management-related challenges of running an air show. It also includes documents subdivided into a number of sub-categories, including Administrative Documents, Budget and Finance Issues, Air Show Job Descriptions, and Volunteer Information.
19 documents found.
This is the Hospitality chapter from the 2012 MCAS Cherry Point Air Show Manual.
SESAC Fee Schedule 2013
SESAC Fee Schedule 2013 for music licensing.
BMI Fee Schedule 2013
BMI Fee - Contract 2013 for music licensing.
ASCAP Rate Schedule 2013
ASCAP Rate Schedule 2013 for music licensing.
Air Shows: A Century of Innovation and a Future of Inspiration (2011, 1Q)
As the air show industry moves into its second century, we asked a broad cross section of event organizers and performers to offer their perspective on trends and likely areas of future innovation.
What Makes An Air Show Great? (2010,3Q)
What Makes An Air Show Great? (2010,3Q) What are the key ingredients to a successful, entertaining, sustainable, well-attended air show? This article looks at some of the components and how several air show professionals believe that they should be assembled. By Jim Cudahy
2010 Oregon Air Show Academy - Air Show Structure and Management
Chapter 2 Air Show Structure and Management: • Mission • Organization Charts • By-Laws and Procedures • Donation History by Air Show • Critical Task and Meeting Timeline • Budget • Master Ops Plan
2010 Oregon Air Show Academy - Special Events
Chapter 13 Special Events: • Community Kids Night • Margaret Teufel Day • Charity Donation Event • Fly-In • Veterans Chalet • Golf Tournament for Veterans • ICAS Convention
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
It's the Economy: What Cancelled Shows Can Tell Us About Air Show Sustainability (2010, 2Q)
Air shows come and air shows go, and for the most part, the reasons for either folding or going on hold are easy to explain. As the saying goes, "It's the economy, stupid." But a detailed look at the individual shows and their unique reasons for ceasing to do business can tell us a lot about potential problems and pitfalls to avoid with our own shows. By Mike Berriochoa
Music Licensing Fees - Contacts
This document provides information on the three music licensing companies: BMI, ASCAP and SESAC. Updated 01/2013.
2010 ICAS Shooters in Charge
This document contains a list of ICAS members who are currently qualified Shooters in Charge for ACC Demo Teams for the 2010 air show season.
Beyond Catastrophic Collisions and Disastrous Demonstrations: A Survey of Liability Arising from Air Show Accidents
Beyond Catastrophic Collisions and Disastrous Demonstrations: A Survey of Liability Arising from Air Show Accidents by Jessica W. McCausland, Trial Attorney Torts Branch, Civil Division, US Department of Justice
DD Form 2402 -- Civil Aircraft Hold Harmless Agreement
DD Form 2402 (Civil Aircraft Hold Harmless Agreement) is a document that all pilots must complete and submit to the U.S. Department of Defense to release the U.S. military from any liability related to an accident or incident involving that pilot and/or his aircraft. It is one of three documents that civilian pilots must complete in order to land their aircraft at military installations. The others are DD Form 2400 and DD Form 2401.
In Your Corner - Checklist Minimizes Exposure (1994 2Q)
In Your Corner - Checklist Minimizes Exposure (1994 2Q); Minimize your air show's liability exposure.
Viewpoint - Nonprofit Doesn't Mean Nonbusiness (1992 2Q)
Viewpoint - Nonprofit Doesn't Mean Nonbusiness (1992 2Q) by Jan Smith, General Manager Abbotsford International Air Society
Airshow success formula - community involvement (1986, 4Q)
Airshow success formula - community involvement (1986, 4Q) by Jim Gattis; In the six years of its existence, the California International Airshow has established itself as one of the most profitable airshows in the nation....
Air Show Sustainability (2007, 4Q)
Sound financial management, quality entertainment, effective marketing, strong leadership and energized volunteers are all key ingredients to organizing and conducting an air show that survives and prospers for many years. In fact, the five elements are so tightly intertwined that it is nearly impossible to be successful over the long run if even one of these elements goes lagging for any length of time.
Economic Impact Study: a Case History Example (2003, 3Q)
Barksdale Economic Impact Study Lays Foundation for Industry: The goal of the joint ICAS/IFEA Economic Impact Study Program to provide demographic and economic impact information to the air show industry by examining a statistically reliable number of individual events. Although the single Barksdale study will not yet allow us to draw any significant conclusions about the air show industry, it is important for ICAS members to see the first data compiled and the potential uses for this information.