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Vintage Gliders Australia is an important part of the world-wide interest in preservation of the fun and history of old gliders. Members sometimes attend the European annual rally of the International Vintage Glider Club, where up to 110 vintage gliders and 350 enthusiasts re-invent the past. We even managed to present the Golden Eagle, to the. Available Vintage Times. thanks to the efforts of Leigh Bunting the early issues are now available.

VINTAGE GLIDERS AUSTRALIA ANNUAL RALLY 2020 5th January 2020 - 11th January 2020. Members and friends are invited to the the Annual Vintage Glider Rally to be held at Bordertown Airfield from 5th to 11th January, 2020. Social and flying activities will ensure a . Jan 05, 2019 · Fun for all! Contact: John Marshall, (08) 8733 4416 [email protected]

The Australian Gliding Museum first met as a committee on February 26th 1999. This brought together a number of kindred spirits interested in preserving older and historic gliders. These gliders are scattered all over Australia and the aim is to collect them in a safe place before they become destroyed or deteriorated beyond refurbishment to display condition let alone flying condition. Modelflight stocks a wide range of RC Gliders and Sailplanes from beginner RC Gliders like the fantastic E-flite Night Radian and Parkzone Conscendo Advanced to technical, competition level sailplanes like those from Soaring Models, Samba or Baudis.We have different kinds of sailplanes to suit every gliding need. Electric Gliders, Scale Gliders, Slope Soaring Gliders, Thermal Soaring Gliders.

Vintage Gliders Australia. Norwegian Oldtimer Club. Oldtimer Club Wasserkuppe Dutch Vintage Gliding Club. Vintage and Classic Glider Club of NZ. Alexander Schleicher. Under “Galerie” is a listing of Schleicher gliders up to 1945 and since 1951. Schempp-Hirth. The Company /History section includes details and photos of the company and its. On 9 January 2000 it was donated to Vintage Gliders Australia by Kevin Sedgman at a presentation ceremony with Alan Patching receiving the glider during the Rally at Lake Keepit. It has been flown regularly at vintage glider rallies and now is one of the flyable exhibits held by the Museum.