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Glider Training With Royal Verviers Aviation
The R.V.A. has been training glider pilots since its foundation in 1931 & adapts to new requirements in this area. As part of the Fédération des Clubs Francophones de vol à Voile (FCFVV), our flight school is recognized as an ATO (Approved Training Organisation) by the Federal Mobility Service, Directorate General of Air Transport (DGTA). This allows us to give training that will allow student pilots to take the theoretical & practical exams for the European glider pilot
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Belgium
Europe
Verviers
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Trial Lesson at South Wales Gliding Club
An aerotow to 2,500 feet with one of our qualified instructors. This lesson is for those who are keen to learn to fly & looking for a hands on experience. You will have hands on flying with a flight of around 20 minutes or more (depending on conditions). This lesson also comes with 1 month of free membership so that you can come back, experience the club & have more lessons at member rates!
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South Wales
Europe
Wales
United Kingdom
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Facility Fees at Southdown Gliding Club
Trailer £355 T-Hangar £415 Trailer plus T-Hangar £475 SLMG Trailer £585 SLMG T-Hangar £646 SLMG Trailer plus T-Hangar £706 Private hangar (club space) £945 Non-airworthy glider – per year or monthly pro-rata per trailer £105 Refunds for full months only per trailer
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England
Europe
South East
West Sussex
United Kingdom
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Tug Retrieves from Southdown Gliding Club
Aerotow retrieves back to Lasham or Ringmer £93.50
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England
Europe
South East
West Sussex
United Kingdom
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Motor glider rates at Southdown Gliding Club
(Cadets 40% discount, Juniors 20% discount). Motor glider rates (Tacho + Hobbs).
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England
Europe
South East
West Sussex
United Kingdom
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Southdown Gliding Club Flying Fees
Please see below the gliding fees at Southdown Gliding Club.
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England
Europe
South East
West Sussex
United Kingdom
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Southdown Gliding Club Annual Membership Fees
Full Flying Member (26 and over) £360 Dual Only full flying Member (26 and over) £315 Junior Member (age 13 – 25) £100 Joint Flying (member and partner) £560 Restricted Associate (6 flights p.a.) £105 Junior Restricted Associate (6 flights p.a.) £52.50 Family Associate £37 (6 flights pa shared between family members) Overseas – only available to a previous full flying member £155 Social Member £11
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England
Europe
South East
West Sussex
United Kingdom
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Southdown Gliding Club Joining Fee
Adult Flying Memberships £65. Junior (age 13 – 25) £42.
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England
Europe
South East
West Sussex
United Kingdom
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Southdown Gliding Club Visiting Memberships
Day Memberships for visiting glider pilots. Please see below for prices.
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England
Europe
South East
West Sussex
United Kingdom
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Southdown Gliding Club Winch Launches
Adults £21.50 per launch and Juniors/Scouts £18 per launch. Refunds subject to £10 admin fee per group
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Gliding Club Services can be booked and paid for through AvPay. Gliding Clubs are typically run by volunteers on a non-profit basis. Taking this into account and given you don’t need fuel to fly a glider, gliding can be one of the most cost-effective ways of getting in the air. No two flights are ever the same in a glider, since you always have to be on the lookout for different ways to keep your aircraft aloft, be it thermal soaring, ridge soaring or wave soaring. There are 3 ways to get your glider airborne. The first is by a winch, where a winch located at the end of the upwind-side of an airfield pulls-in a cable rapidly, thus allowing the glider to accelerate and climb. The second is via a bungee chord, which launches the glider from a hillside. The third is via aerotow, whereby a powered aircraft tows the glider via a cable to its release height.