Member Benefits

Benefits of Membership

 

Becoming an ICAS member makes you part of the air ahow industry's top network... the ideas and relationships you'll cultivate through ICAS membership are not available anywhere else at any price. Will this network save you money? Without a doubt. Will it help you increase revenue? Almost unquestionably. And will it help you build a more efficient, lower cost enterprise? Without a doubt.

 

Air Shows Magazine

Your membership provides you with a subscription to Air Shows Magazine, an award-winning publication packed cover to cover with the best information available in the air show industry.


ICAS Academy

A unique and valuable program that allows small delegations of ICAS members to attend some of North America's most successful air shows and get an insider's look at how they operate.


Top Education in the Business

From Air Shows 101 and Air Boss 201 courses to the ICAS Academy to the ACE Program and convention seminars, you'll learn directly from the experts.


ICAS Air Shows Industry Guide

The air show community's most comprehensive reference source.

 

Quick Access to Industry News

When there's news in the air show world, you'll hear about it first through ICAS and its Fast Facts and Operations Bulletin electronic newsletters.

 
Representation with Industry Regulators

For better or worse, the air show industry is dependent on close working relationships with regulators and government authorities in Washington, DC and Ottawa, Ontario. With ICAS, your interests and concerns are represented by veteran industry experts.


Visibility/Recognition

There is no better way for you to establish a name for yourself in the air show community than through ICAS membership. Quite simply, it's the place where air show professionals get down to business; and a common understanding when you do so is that anyone serious about the business is an ICAS member.


Access to Member-Only Website Content

The ICAS website presents a single source from which you can access virtually any piece of information you will need to operate within the air show industry. To say the content available on the website is worth the cost of membership by itself is not accurate; it is worth FAR MORE than the cost of membership.


Lower Music License Rates

On behalf of all U.S. air shows, the International Council of Air Shows (ICAS) has negotiated a 2016 rate of $189 per public air show day with BMI; a rate of $150 per day with ASCAP; and $100 for a one- to two-day air show weekend, $145 for three to four days, and $190 for five to seven days with SESAC.