Tag Archives: Soaring Society of America
Teaching Students, Teaching Teachers, Teaching Ourselves – A Great Glider Weekend!
by Jim Hanson I was recently reminded why I like gliding: • It gets you into the air. • It’s a chance to improve your aviation skills and airmanship. • It can be some of the cheapest flying you’ll ever … Continue reading
Posted in Aircraft, All Features, Education, Features, June/July 2015 Tagged Black Hills Soaring Club, Bob Lynn, Bob Nady, Glider, Glider pilots, Greg Klein, Harry Thompson, Jim Behnken, Jim Hanson, Lake Area Technical Institute, LATI, Minnesota Office of Aeronautics, MOTOR GLIDER, Paul Randall, Pipestrel, Schweizer 2-22, Schweizer gliders, Schwiezer 2-33, Silent Knights, Soaring Society of America, Steve Fischer Leave a comment
Cohabitation of Gliders & Powered Aircraft
by Woody Minar When you’re flying to another airport, how do you know if it’s also a “glider port” – an airport where gliders are present? And if you do know it’s a glider port, is there anything special you … Continue reading
Posted in Aug/Sept 2013, Columns, Columns, Flight Safety Tagged Brian Utley, Christopher Prince, flight instructor, Gliders, Jim Hard, Minnesota, Minnesota Aviation Hall Fame, Minnesota Soaring Association, Powered Aircraft, Red Wing Soaring Association, Soaring Society of America, Stanton, Woody Minar Leave a comment