The Iowa Aviation Promotion Group (IAPG) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to grow aviation by increasing the number of pilots, aviation users, and aviation supporters within the state.

Why you should belong to IAPG:

  • Help educate others about aviation
  • Grow general aviation awareness
  • Get kids interested in aviation
  • Share your love of aviation with others
  • Enjoy air shows and other aviation gatherings
  • Want a healthy aviation industry in Iowa
  • Share your talents with a growing, thriving organization

IAPG offers a number of programs intended to:

  • Increase awareness of the benefits of aviation
  • Educate the public
  • Increase the activity level of current aviation enthusiasts
  • Increase the number of pilots and aircraft within the state
  • Provide opportunities for young and old to experience aviation in Iowa

We have set measurable goals to monitor the benefit of each of these programs.

In order to meet our goals, we will aggressively work to maximize communication about our activities to inform members and non-members alike by doing the following:

  • Hosting Teleconferences for all IAPG Meetings
  • Host a continuously updated IAPG Web Page

These activities require financial support and volunteer assistance from people like you. There are many levels of membership in IAPG.  Please consider becoming a member and donating to this worthy organization.  Iowa Aviation Promotion Group is a 501(c)3 corporation incorporated in the state of Iowa.  Donations are tax deductible.

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July 19th and 20th found 23 aerobatic competitors descending upon Spencer, IA for the 20th Annual Doug Yost Challenge aerobatic competition sanctioned by the International Aerobatic Club. One notable and unique entry was a P-51D Mustang owned by Harry Barr of Lincoln, NE. Harry and his mentee Jessy Panzer both flew the P-51 in 'Primary' category, the introductory level of competition. Both Harry and Jessy have successfully competed at much higher levels but due to the unique performance and airframe limitations made the entry in Primary. Video is as follows:
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