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Club Instances, USA

The Tucson Soaring Club (TuSC) was formed in November of 1967 and operated out of Ryan Field. There were 25 charter members. In 1983, the club moved to Marana Number 5 Auxiliary Field (a field used during WWII). The members cleared the brush for runways and built the hangars. The field was named El Tiro Gliderport after the road which leads to the airport.

Year-round operations and spectacular soaring weather offer club members ranging from beginning students to proficient cross-country pilots an excellent soaring environment.

Tucson Soaring Club Task Sheet (August 2020 – 3.2.2)


Club Instances, USA

Black Forest Soaring Society was founded in the spring of 1986. The original location was just northeast of Colorado Springs. This site was legendary for the number of high altitude flights achieved in the Pikes Peak wave. That airport was closed in 1986, and the club moved to Kelly Air Park.

The club has a healthy mix of early cross-country and world-class pilots, and conditions provide terrific soaring opportunities.

Black Forest Soaring Society Task Sheet (August 2020)


Club Instances, USA

Southern Eagles Soaring is a private soaring club located in central Georgia at the Butler Municipal Airport.

Southern Eagles is made up of members primarily from Alabama and Georgia.

SES has a Pawnee towplane and a fleet of club Gliders including two 2-seaters and three single-seaters. Many members also own their own gliders.

SES is dedicated to providing glider flight training to our members, from beginning pilots to those seeking to fly cross country. The central Georgia area has proven to be an ideal site for inland thermal flying.

SES is within a reasonable commuting distance from metro Atlanta, Auburn, Macon, Columbus & Montgomery. Memberships are available.

Click here to download the Southern Eagles Soaring task sheet (June 2020)