Gliding Club

Some articles on gliding club, club, gliding, gliding clubs:

Shenington Gliding Club
... Shenington Gliding Club is a British gliding club near the village of Shenington in the Cotswolds, seven miles north west of Banbury ... The present club was founded in 1991, though gliding had been a regular activity at the airfield since 1984 ... The club operates every day of the week and currently has three K13, a K21, three K8, an Astir, a motor glider, two lpg powered winches and a super cub tug ...
List Of Gliders - Miscellaneous Gliders - British Miscellaneous Constructors
... DH.52 - de Havilland Aircraft Co Dorsling 1932 glider - Dorset Gliding Club Dunning 1934 glider - Dunning, Southdown Gliding Club Edgley EA-9 Optimist - ESL (Edgley Sailplanes Ltd) EAL (Edgley Aeronautics Ltd ... Ginn-Lesniak Kestrel - Ginn, Vic Lesniak - London Gliding Club, Dunstable Godwin Two-seater glider - Godwin, C ... Eddie, Newcastle Gliding Club Holdsworth 1929 glider - Holdsworth, H ...
Scottish Gliding Association Member Clubs
... Angus Gliding Club, Drumshade, Angus Cairngorm Gliding Club, Feshiebridge, Badenoch and Strathspey Deeside Gliding Club, Aboyne, Aberdeenshire Highland Gliding Club, Easerton, Moray Scottish Gliding Union ...
Lasham Airfield - Gliding - Lasham Gliding Society
... Lasham Gliding Society (LGS) was established in 1958 to unify operations of the gliding clubs that had been operating since 1951 ... The airfield is in constant use throughout the year and regularly hosts national and regional gliding championships ... Oerlinghausen Airfield claims to be the world's largest gliding club with "around 25,000" glider launches annually whereas Lasham launched 25,746 gliders in the ...

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