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Topic: Flying Sites
Flying site awareness signs
Have a flying site that is visited by the general public? Use a sign to give them a heads up!
Mr. Jones, why can't we keep flying gliders here?
The old saying is: Launching is optional, but landing is mandatory. Perhaps to be added to that is that permission from the landowner--or landowners--for both of these events is also mandatory, at least for the long-term health of our free-flight ...
Luck is only half of the story
Pilots are always asking me how is it I came to owning a flying site. I tell them I am just lucky; but the truth is, several pilots and myself worked very hard for many years to keep the site open.
Help save Jupiter
The Jupiter flying site is in jeopardy - your donation today could help protect it!
Sandia Peak Launch
The Sandia Soaring Association teams up with locals, the Foundation for Free Flight, and the Forest Service to reconstruct launch
Five Flight Parks: Major Players in Hang Gliding's Beginnings and Future
An overview of five main hang glider flight parks
Preserve King Mountain
Submit comments to the Forest Service by January 19, 2019 to help preserve access to the King Mountain flying site.
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