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Club Aircraft

Two Seat Training Gliders
Blanik L-23
SCOH owns two L-23 Super Blaniks that function as our most used trainers. This two-place, all metal glider allows us to give quality instruction to students and provides a great platform to bring a family member or friend along for a ride.

Blanik 4 N455BA
Blanik 5 N299BA

Glide Ratio 24:1
Empty Weight(typical) 720 pounds
Wingspan 60 feet
Schweizer 2-33
The Schweizer 2-33 is a sturdy glider that is well suited to the rigors of training.

Glide Ratio 20:1
Empty Weight(typical) 620 pounds.
Wingspan 51 feet
Other Two Seat Gliders
Schleicher ASK21
The ASK21 is our acro and cross country trainer.

Glide Ratio 35:1
Empty Weight (typical) 800 pounds
Wingspan 56 feet
Grob 103
The Grob is an all composite, intermediate performance sailplane that is well suited for giving rides to friends as well as country soaring.

Glide Ratio 35:1
Empty Weight(typical)  860 pounds
Wingspan 58 feet

Piper Pawnee Tow Planes
Red: Pawnee 1 N6494Z
Blue: Pawnee 2 N6992Z
Orange: Pawnee 3 N4386Y
History of the Piper Pawnee

Single Seat Gliders
The PW-5 is an easy to fly glider that was designed so pilots could compete against each other on a level playing field. The PW-5 is constructed of all composite materials.

Glide Ratio 34:1
Empty Weight(typical)  410 pounds
Wingspan 44 feet
Blanik L-33
The Blanik L-33 Solo is an all metal, single place, intermediate performance sailplane well suited for the student pilot and as an initial cross country sailplane.

Glide Ratio 31:1
Empty Weight(typical) 470 pounds
Wingspan 46 feet

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