Aircraft
The ASK-21 PDF Print E-mail

ask-21Built in Germany by Alexander- Schleicher the ASK-21 is a glass-reinforced plastic, two seat, mid-wing, T-tail glider known for its very docile flight characteristics, easy handling - both on the ground and in the air, a roomy and comfortable cockpit and excellent visibility. The ASK-21 was designed primarily as an introductory trainer but is suitable for cross-country flying and aerobatic training.  The ASK-21 took its first flight in December 1978, was introduced in 1979. Over 750 have been built.

 
SZD-54 Perkoz PDF Print E-mail

perkozA Polish sailplane, the SZD-54 Perkoz is known as the top model of the SZD family. A two-seater of fiberglass composite combines the experience of 50 years of glider manufacturing. The Perkoz offers safe and simple handling in all flying situations as well as a comfortable tandem cockpit with excellent visibility. The Perkoz is approved for aerobatic flight and provides a hydraulic brake which is operated by a lever on the stick. Altogether over 5000 SZD gliders have been built and sold worldwide.

 
L-23 Super Blanik PDF Print E-mail

l-23Built by LetKunovice in Czechoslovakia the L-23 Super BlanĂ­k is a two-seat glider of all-metal structure. The aircraft is primarily used for flight training The L-23 was first flown in 1988.

 
Grob 103 Twin Astir Acro PDF Print E-mail

g103The G103 Twin II made by Grob Aircraft in Germany is a high performance two-seater sailplane. The aircraft is of T-tail configuration, and is fitted with a non retractable undercarriage and upper surface airbrakes.  Of glass fibre construction, it is designed for training and simple aerobatic flying. The Royal Air Force acquired Grob Acros for its Cadet training program. The G103 also has a FAA approved modification kit for all-hand control for handicapped operation.

 


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