IOWA AVIATION PROMOTION GROUP SPONSORS THE FLY IOWA CHALLENGE
Ankeny, Iowa—July 2015—The Fly Iowa Challenge is a continuing program of IAPG. The goal of the Fly Iowa Challenge is to:
Pilots from all across the U.S. will attempt to visit as many of Iowa’s 109 public access airports as possible. There is no time limit for completion of the visits and when a participant completes the initial or Bronze level they may claim a prize and continue qualifying for Silver or Gold (the highest level—all 109 airports). Flights must be recorded in the FAA log book and the Fly Iowa Challenge Passport log and participant must remain registered as an IAPG member for the flights to count.
Participants will be eligible for pilot accessories such as hats, shirts, pilot bags, and leather jackets. Rules and Registration information are available under the Fly Iowa Challenge tab.
The Fly Iowa Challenge began as an IAPG program in 2007 and was to be a one year program. It has since been modified and extended as perpetual program with recognition awards made as participants qualify. The following pilots have won awards in the Fly Iowa Challenge:
|Name||Year of Award||Award Level and Comments|
|Bruce Beecroft & Paul Stoeker||2007||100%, all airports with C-172|
|Jason Boggess||2007||Student pilot scholarship|
|Steve & Ginger Kleinschnitger||2009||Silver award, 60+ airports|
|Marc Broer||2010||Platinum 100%|
|Eldon Gast||2010||Silver award, 60 + airports|
|Tim Cloyd||2011||Platinum 100% (balloon pilot, drove to the airports)|
|Denis Biscobing||2011||Platinum 100%|
|Treavor Kleinschnitger||2012||Platinum 100%|
|Eric Kleinschnitger||2012||Platinum 100%|
|Lee Harker||2012||Platinum 100%|
|Stuart Rauh||2014||Platinum 100%|
Congratulations to all!
The Iowa Aviation Promotion Group is an Iowa 501(c)3 non-profit corporation dedicated to growth, education, and development of aviation in Iowa.
Go ahead, take the Fly Iowa Challenge!
The files below are applicable to the Challenge. Please use them for your entries.