Event will be held on April 9-17, 2016.
Traditionally, the competition consists of three days, on each day each team will fly the precision and ballet disciplines.
The best two precision and best ballet scores will be summed to compute the final scores for each team.
The primary competition days are:
Friday is the reserve competition day.
The Precision disciplines will be flown in the mornings starting around 10:00. The Ballet discipline will be flown in the afternoons starting just after lunch at about 14:00.
Head judge roles rotate between the judges during the three day event.
Saturday 9 April
Sunday 10 April
Monday 11 April
09:30 General Briefing – all pilots must attend
Tue 12 / Wed 13 / Thu 14 April
09:00 Short Pilots meeting at the “Mission Control” Tent
09:15 Commencement of Figures/Technical Routines when the Judges and Field Director enter the Field
12:30 Lunch service begins
14:00 Ballets commence unless otherwise advised via the PA or on the notice board. There is no discipline briefing before the commencement of ballets.
17:00 (Thursday only) General debriefing
Fri 15 / Sat 16 / Sun 17