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The Lo-100 Glider Author: Pascal Dumat & Thomas Brueckelt

The D-8849 "Gilb" belongs to the "Forderverein fur Segelkunstflug im BWLV", a club for aerobatic gliding in south/west Germany: www.segelkunstflug.com
The Lo-100 has no speedbreaks, so you have to make a side slip to rise the sinkrate for landing.
Therefore keep the nose above the horivon, move aileron a bit to one side, and right after that the rudder to the opposite.

See the screenshot "Lo-100_sideslip.jpg" in the Lo-100_Gilb-folder.
Maximum speed for flick rolls: 130 km/h

The model has smoke on the wingtips, you can switch it on/off by pressing CTRL+S.
To open/close the little window of the canopy press CTRL+C.

Enjoy this famous, little areobatic glider!

This great add-on pack has been made by Pascal Dumat & Thomas Brueckelt

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Cirrus K Author: Marcel Aerni & Thomas Brückelt
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Standard Cirrus was designed by Dipl. Ing. Klaus Holighaus and flew for the first time in March 1969. It is a Standard Class glider with a 15 metre span and no camber-changing flaps. The all-moving tailplane, a feature of many designs of that period due to its theoretically higher efficiency, caused less than desirable high-speed stability characteristics, and so modifications were made to the early design. Even so, the glider is still very sensitive in pitch.

Improvements were made with the Standard Cirrus 75. These included better air-brakes with an increased frontal area. By April 1977, when production by Schempp-Hirth ended, a total of 700 Standard Cirruses had been built, including 200 built under licence by Grob between 1972 and July 1975. A French firm, Lanaverre Industrie, had also built 38 Standard Cirruses under licence by 1979. VTC of Yugoslavia also licence-built Standard Cirruses, reaching approximately 100 by 1985.

The Cirrus K was made out of the Standard Cirrus in the end of the 1980s. Wilhelm Duerkop (better known as "Salzmann") started to realize his idea of an easy to handle aerobatic glider, basing on a standard glider, so that development saves costs and makes it interesting for gliding clubs.
The wingspan was shorted to 12,60 m, the fuselage is enstrengthed and the tailplane was completely changed. It has full aerobatic capability, the g-limits are +7 / -5, Vne is 290 km/h.

Two Cirrus K were built. The D-4747 was the first one and is used by members of the "Foerderverein Segelkunstflug" (aerobatic flying club of south/west Germany). The other one is the D-3092 which is in private use and has little improvments.

This great glider has been made by Marcel Aerni
The flight model was made and tested by Thomas Brückelt

 See this glider in action

 See glider action in VSF

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Schneider Grunau Baby Author: Marcel Aerni
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Schneider Grunau Baby (named for the town where Schneider's factory was located - now Jezów Sudecki in Poland) was a single-seat sailplane first built in Germany in 1931, and with some 6,000 examples constructed in some 20 countries, is the most widely-built sailplane to date.
It was relatively easy to build from plans, it flew well, and the aircraft was strong enough to handle mild aerobatics and the occasional hard landing.
When the Baby first appeared, it was accepted wisdom that the pilot should feel as much unimpeded airflow as possible, the better to sense rising and falling currents of air, temperature changes and the like.

This fantastic glider has been made in two versions by Marcel Aerni

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ASK 21 Author: Ian Hay
The ASK 21 is a modern glass-reinforced plastic two-seater glider with a mid-set wing and a mass balanced T-tail. The ASK 21 is designed primarily for beginner instruction, but is also suitable for cross-country flying and aerobatic instruction.

This fantastic plane has been made by Ian Hay

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Goe-3 Minimoa Author: Brian Ford 
First developed in the 1930s in Germany. One of
the worlds first true high performance soaring aircraft.
Design is based on a later modified type.

This beautiful glider was built by Brian Ford 

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Maxair Drifter Author: Ilan Papini

The Maxair Drifter is a tandem seating two place in a taildragger, using standard stick and rudder control.
Power is supplied by Rotax 503/582/618 engine located above and behind the wings.
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The Slingsby T21b Author: Kevin Smith
This model of the Slingsby T21b is dedicated to Derek Moore and the York Gliding Centre ( where the original craft is based).
I hope they will overlook the shortcomings of the model. It is meant to capture some of the spirit of the real thing.
Credit certainly goes to Derek who provided the photos and information which made the model possible.

This model of the Slingsby T21b was built by Kevin Smith , June 2004, Sylvan Lake Alberta.

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Schleicher KA-8 Glider Author: Victor Egorov
One of the most popular training gliders, the KA-8 is known in almost any gliding club in the world for being a reliable and easy to fly glider, with a demium gliding performace and slow flying speed..

This excellent glider has been made by Victor Egorov
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The Standard Cirrus Author: Kevin Smith
The Standard Cirrus is a standard class glider (15 meter span without flaps) with airbrakes on the upper wing surface only.
It has an all-flying elevator and a steel-tube frame in the fuselage to which the wings and the main-wheel retraction mechanism are attached.
The wings are of a PVC foam core construction with a fiberglass skin.

This beautiful glider was created by Kevin Smith

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Storch 4 by A.Lippisch Author: Marcel Aerni
Flying-Wing Design of the famous Alexander Lippisch.
He began in the mid-1920 to experiment with tailless designs.
He build and flew many large scale models before proceeding to full-sized, man-carrying types.
He did also a lot of wind-tunnel test to establish most of the vital requierments for stability and control of such aircraft.
The storch-series was the beginning of many succsessfull developments of witch the most famous is the rocket-driven interceptor Me 163.

Storch 4:
wingspan 12.2m
wing area 18.667 sq m
Aspect ratio 7.97

This fantastic glider has been made by Marcel Aerni
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HK36 Super Dimona Author: Victor Egorov
Since 1990: beloved and flown around the world:
The series of HK36 Super Dimona (known in the USA and Canada as Kantana X-treme series), the efficient two-seated powered glider made of fiber-reinforced high-tech composite.
Equipped with Rotax engines with 80, 100 and 115 hp (turbo-charged variant), the Super Dimona is perfect for glider pilot training and glider towing.
Manufactured by Diamond industries

This fantastic plane has been made by Victor Egorov
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Aerolight 103 Ultralight Author: Ilan papini
The Aerolight 103 is a popular and fun to fly single seat ultralight, manufatured by Aeroworks ltd.
This ultralight comes both as a kit and in ready to fly mode, and is the favorite choice by those who wish to enjoy a powerful ultralight with good flying quality at an affordable price.
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Windex 1200 Author: Keith L. Quinney
The Windex 1200 is a small aerobatic motor glider, kit built from composite mouldings, offering excellent performance from a small and economic package.

Press button "c" only whilst on the ground!
See addtional repaints in plane directory.

Beautifully modelled by Keith L. Quinney
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Paraplane Author: Ilan Papini
The Paraplane is a high powered slow flying paraplane.
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Trike Author: Ilan Papini
The Trike is a high powered slow flying trike.
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Sensor Author: Ilan Papini
The Sensor is a high performance unpowered Hang Glider.
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