World Air Games
- Air racing
- Hang gliding
|Turkey||Turkish Aeronautical Association (THK)||September 15 - September 21|
|Spain||Royal Spanish Aeronautics Federation (FAE), Royal Aero Club of Spain (RACE)||June 23 - July 1|
|Italy||Aero Club D'Italia, Turin||June 6 - June 13|
|United Arab Emirates||Dubai||Dec 1 - Dec 12|
|Turkey||Turkish Aeronautical Association (THK)||September|
- http://ipc-wcresults.org.uk/WAG15/results.html : 5th FAI World Air Games 2015 - Dubai, UAE - 1–12 December 2015
The FAI announced on 27 October 2007 the opening of the bidding for the 2009 Games. Turin (Italy) has been chosen to host the World Air Games 2009. The decision was announced by the President of FAI - the World Air Sports Federation, Pierre Portmann, on first of June 2007 at the Olympic Museum, Lausanne.
The FAI World Air Games 2015 has been awarded to the United Arab Emirates and was held in Dubai. This multi-discipline event was organised by the Emirates Aerosports Federation under the patronage of the Crown Prince of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Hamdan bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum and took place from 1 to 12 December 2015. 875 athletes from 55 countries competed in the Games, making it the biggest air sports event ever organised.
The FAI World Air Games 2022 will take place in Turkey and will be organised by the Turkish Aeronautical Association (THK). The contract for the Games was signed by THK and FAI at the Olympic Museum in Lausanne, Switzerland, in February 2018.
|Canceled, Malaysia & Poland being final bidders|
|Canceled, Denmark being final bidder|
In early 2005, the FAI Executive Board decided not to continue with the selection procedure for the organisation of World Air Games in 2005. The Board judged that there was insufficient time remaining for the two final bidders, Malaysia and Poland, to solve the various organisational problems.
On 16 June 2010 the FAI announced the cancellation of the 2011 Games, following the decision of the city of Odense not to host the Games, and uncertainty and risks around a proposed late change to host the games in the city of Herning, also in Denmark.
- "Turkey named as the 2020 host country for the world's biggest and brightest air sports event: the FAI World Air Games". Fai.org. Retrieved 11 December 2018.
- World Air Games, official WAG news on FAI website
- World Air Games 2009, official site of WAG 2009
- World Air Games 2015, official site of WAG 2015
- World AIr Games 2015 Results
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