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|More than 45 gliders and their supporting aircraft can be seen at this airfield on the Dunstable Downs in the Chiltern Hills.|
Two gliders can be seen circling above each other to the West of the field.
|Gliders at a flying club in Australia||08/13/2009||365|
|Airspeed Horsa and Hamilcar gliders on Landing Zone 'S', Wolfheze, Gelderland, Netherlands. Photo taken on 19 September 1944, Sortie No. 106G_2996.||08/12/2010||3,196|
|Two red/white striped gliders stationed at St. Athan AFB, England.||06/08/2007||403|
|To the right is the Ferme de l'Ecarde and the road is D514.|
The gliders have landed in British Drop Zone "N".
|Vertical photographic-reconnaissance aerial showing Airspeed Horsa and GAL Hamilcar gliders on Landing Zone (LZ) 'Z' near Wolfheze woods, west-north-west of Arnhem.||03/25/2007||1,582|
|Gliders on an airfield||11/14/2006||365|
|Many hang gliders land at this official landing zone on any given day.||08/09/2005||485|
|If you look down the runway you'll see the winch they are attached to.||09/12/2005||340|
On 26, 27 December 1944, The heroic efforts of American forces in the action at Bastogne need no retelling. However, few historians give more than a casual mention of the part that gliders and glider pilots played in this important action. Flying their frail aircraft into a hail of enemy flak and ground fire, the glider pilots who participated in this battle carried to ...
|These hangars are made for gliders.||09/12/2007||381|
|The airport is available for national and international VFR civil air traffic with all types of aircraft up to 6000 kg AUW and gliders.|
Runway: RWY27/09, 730 m x 27 m asphalt