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About IMC Club - Who we are


IMC Clubs is the brain child of Radek Wyrzykowski; a Master Certified Flight Instructor Instrument and Multi-Engine Instructor. As a flight instructor in Norwood, Mass., Radek developed a volunteer mentor program to help instrument pilots improve their proficiency, and they loved it. “When the web site launched and offered to help others start local chapters, it took off like a storm", Wyrzykowski says... 

At IMC Club our purpose is to promote instrument flying, proficiency and safety. Along with IFR flying and monthly local chapter meetings, we offer a resource rich website which provides an electronic experience base. 

Our intent is to create a community of pilots in order to share information, provide recognition, foster communications, promote safety and build proficiency in instrument flying. IMC Club Chapters offer monthly meetings in which pilots can network and share knowledge and experiences. 

Effective November 2, 2015, the chapter resources and scenarios are being produced and distributed as a new program by EAA IMC, LLC (“EAA IMC”), an Experimental Aircraft Association, Inc. subsidiary, under a license from IMC Club International, Inc.  This will provide resources for new and improved program offerings that will enhance and expand the impact of the IMC concept.  IMC Club leaders will continue to receive scenarios on schedule, prepared and produced by Radek, but now under the sponsorship of EAA IMC.  

To provide continuity, support, direction and programming, Radek Wyrzykowski is now the Manager of Flight Proficiency with EAA IMC.  With more than 190,000 members and nearly 900 chapters, being part of the EAA family will provide the network, critical mass, and resources to take flight safety and proficiency to the next level. 

In this transition there will be no significant structural or philosophical change in the mission that has always motivated IMC.  The mission of providing organized “hangar flying” will still focus on building proficiency.  Monthly meetings will continue, using real world scenarios to engage members and allow them to share and build on their experience. 

IMC members that joined prior to November 2nd have been transitioned to a membership in EAA. If you are not a current member you can take advantage of IMC programming, simply by joining EAA.  A membership in EAA will entitle you to all of the services EAA offers, including valuable discounts and Sport Aviation Magazine, as well as EAA IMC flight safety and proficiency programming.  

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IMC Club programming provided by EAA IMC, LLC a subsidiary of the Experimental Aircraft Association