FAI World Grand Prix is a Grand Prix aerobatics series led by Fédération Aéronautique Internationale.
From 1990 to 1995, the competition was named as the Breitling Series.
|I||1996||Nippon Japanese Grand Prix|
|II||1996||Chinese Grand Prix|
|III||1998||Swiss Grand Prix|
|IV||1998||Chinese Grand Prix|
|V||1998||Chinese Grand Prix|
|VI||1998||Chinese Grand Prix|
|VII||1998||Chinese Grand Prix|
|VIII||1998||Chinese Grand Prix - China Cup||cancelled/weather|
|IX||1998||Chinese Grand Prix|
|X||1998||Nippon Japanese Grand Prix|
|XI||1998||Chinese Grand Prix||cancelled/safety|
|XII||1999||Honda Japanese Grand Prix|
|XIII||1999||Chinese Grand Prix|
|XIV||2000||Wuxian Chinese Grand Prix|
|XV||2000||Honda Japanese Grand Prix|
|XVI||2001||Nippon Japanese Grand Prix|
|XVII||2002||Czech Grand Prix|
|XVIII||2002||Haute Voltige Aerobatics Japanese Grand Prix|
|XIX||2003||Haute Voltige Aerobatics Japanese Grand Prix||cancelled|
|XX||2004||Haute Voltige United Arab Emirates Grand Prix|
|XXI||2005||United Arab Emirates Grand Prix||Grand Prix of the FAI Centenary|
|XXII||2005||Swiss Grand Prix||FAI Centenary Air Show|
|XXIII||2006||United Arab Emirates Grand Prix|
|XXIV||2006||Haute Voltige Aerobatics Japanese Grand Prix|
|XXV||2007||Russian Grand Prix||Held during the 2007 MAKS Airshow|
|XXVI||2007||Haute Voltige Aerobatics Japanese Grand Prix|
|XXVII||2008||Haute Voltige Aerobatics Japanese Grand Prix|
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