Learning to fly aerobatics is one of the most challenging yet most rewarding styles of flying. And, counter to common belief, it’s easy to get started. We are an active group of aviation enthusiasts from Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin, and North & South Dakota who share a special love for the challenging and exhilarating sport of aerobatic flying. We were originally formed in 1978, hence the “78” chapter number. Our club is part of the International Aerobatics Club, a division of the Experimental Aircraft Association. You don’t have to compete in aerobatics (or fly) to be a member.
You don’t need to be Bob Hoover or Sean Tucker to have fun. Numerous flight schools around the U.S. and abroad offer instruction in aerobatic aircraft, but one of the best ways to get started is to join a local chapter of the International Aerobatics Club, part of the Experimental Aircraft Association.
We represent a group of individuals in the upper midwest who, as part of the IAC, promote and encourage pilots to get involved with aerobatics. From education to contests, the Minnesota Cloud Dancers have something for everyone interested in learning precise aircraft control and having a ball!