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The Aero Club of Israel

Mission and History 

General: The Aero Club of Israel (ACI) is a non-profit organization, which today is the center of aviation sports in Israel. Since 1951 ACI has been the Israeli representative of the Federation Aeronautique Internationale (FAI), the international body that sanctions all aviation sports competitions, championships and records worldwide. FAI was founded in 1905.

History: ACI was founded in 1933 under a different name (then it was "The Flying Camel”) and served under the cover of a sports club as the aviation arm of the future State of Israel. Many air force commanders, including Ezer Weizmann, a Past President of the State of Israel, and other prominent aviation figures, had initial training and took their first steps in aviation as members of ACI. Today, ACI is a confederation of specialized associations, which are active in specific aviation sports 

fields: Aeromodelling, Hang Gliding, Sky Diving, Paragliding, Light Sport Aviation (Microlights), Soaring (gliding), and General Aviation. There are approximately 2,800 members, with about one third under 18 as juniors.  Awards in Sport: ACI teams and individual representatives have had a remarkable success on the international scene. From 1978 to the beginning of 2019, they have earned more than 100 gold, silver and bronze medals in World and European championships, Aviation Olympics and various FAI sanctioned national open championships.  Mission Statement The Aero Club of Israel is a non-for-profit organization, dedicated to: Promote, develop and protect sport and light aviation, in particular among the youth of Israel. Encourage aerial sports activity, organize national competitions, and participate in International events. Contribute to the community by providing, pro bono, services to such purposes as environmental protection, urgent medical transportation etc,  and contribute to underprivileged segments of the population by organizing courses in aviation, air tours etc. Preserve and protect the freedom to fly. Promote flight safety. Advocate the cause of light and sport aviation in national and local legislative and regulatory forums.

Management and Budget ACI is governed by a Board of Directors, which is composed of representatives of associations, which are ACI members. The Board elects a Chairperson, and may nominate prominent outside persons as Board members.

A Director General, assisted as required by officers of associate members, conducts the day-to-day operation. Most activities are performed on volunteer basis.

In the past, ACI was supported by several government agencies. Today, the outside financial source is the public program for the support of sports by the Ministry of Culture and Sports. 
 

דף הבית על קלוב סניפים קישורים צור קשר ועדת ספורט ועדת הדרכה מאמרים וכתבות תחרויות גלריות קח וטוס
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