Each year the French Glider Federation carries out a multi-criteria classification of the 156 French glider clubs. This year again, Fayence is ranked first club of France with 67842 points, in front of Chambery (51173 points) and Vinon (43782 points) with 14 536 hours of flights departed in 8576 flights, 28 Solo flights and 31 SPL licenses delivered, and 37 badges of performance, a very nice year of activity despite a capricious weather.
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Below is the table of criteria and the results of the first 7 clubs.
An essential complement for basic training and campaign progression.
With the pedagogical manual proposed by the French Sailing Federation, and based on a powerful CONDOR flight calculator specialized for the glider, the AAPCA simulator evolves the pilot students in a completely modeled environment for the S Ite of Fayence. Continue reading “The Condor simulator of the AAPCA”
Access to the Gessasso software:
Pass his glider pilot certificate
Obtaining the glider pilot patent:
- Under the guidance of a referral instructor you will follow the standard teaching method that will allow you to fly alone aboard a glider.
- You will be following approximately 20 hours of dual-order flight (statistical average observed).
- After completing at least 10 solo flights, one of which lasts 1 hour, completes the theoretical glider exam and a flight exam, you will get the Pilot Glider Patent.
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