KSA was founded in 1961 to promote the art & science of soaring flight in Kansas. We have 80 members and are looking forward to using Proving Grounds to help our members start flying cross country.keep reading
Soar Indy (aka Central Indiana Soaring Society) was founded in 1960 and is the largest soaring operation in Indiana.
We fly 3 club sailplanes in addition to 15 privately owned sailplanes based at our club-owned Alexandria Airport. During a typical season, members make about 1000 flights.
The Seattle Glider Council consists of members from around the Pacific Northwest. The SGC manages a national caliber soaring site in Ephrata, Washington and also owns and operates two towplanes which are based in Ephrata during the soaring season which generally runs from mid-April to October.keep reading
The Franconia Soaring Foundation (FSF) was established by the Franconia Soaring Association in 2016, with a mission of training and educating the public on the art of motorless flight, and preserving the Franconia Gliderport (airport identifier 1B5) for future generations.keep reading
Welcome to the New England Soaring Association. Founded in 1951, it is reported to be the oldest continuously operating soaring club in the United States.
NESA currently operates four gliders; two Schweizer 2-33’s, a 1-26, and a1-34. Many members also own their own. Most activity takes place on weekends; however, the club does occasionally operate during the week.
Piedmont Soaring Society is a small club near Winston-Salem North Carolina established in 1999.
We have several aspiring cross country pilots looking for a challenge and a reason to cut the apron strings of home. Hopefully, the Proving Grounds initiative will be put to good use by these pilots and more to come.keep reading