The Flyoff is scheduled for 16–19 April 2020.
Host for the competition will be Textron Aviation. The fly-off is planned to be held at the Cessna Field in Wichita, KS. Details on the contest site and schedule
will be sent to registered teams early in the fly-off calendar year. You can check on historical weather conditions at www.weatherbase.com or www.weatherunderground.com.
Teams are advised to check with their airlines on what materials they will be allowed to bring both to and from the contest site. Hazmat items like paints, thinners and glues may need to be purchased locally and PROPERLY disposed of following the contest.
**NOTE: It is the team’s responsibility to ensure that their aircraft arrives at the flyoff location. Neither AIAA nor the corporate sponsors will assist in getting your aircraft or materials to the flyoff location. Teams may hand carry their aircraft, use a shipping company to have it delivered to their hotel, or use any other means of transportation that they feel is appropriate. But each team must coordinate all aspects of getting the aircraft to the flyoff.
International Teams: Special information for non-US teams can be found here.