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Gliders have been at the AERO since the very beginning back in 1977. They make it possible to economically begin training as a pilot. Every kind of glider will be represented at Lake Constance, ranging from one- and two-seaters to forgiving gliders for beginners and on up to the large super orchids. German manufacturers are particularly known as leaders in this field, but other mainly European companies will also be showing off their innovations. The variety of motor gliders on offer will also generate a lot of attention.
Their propulsion systems are either conventionally located in the nose of the glider, or are retractable and aerodynamically mounted on the back of the rear fuselage. Two- and four-stroke engines, electric motors and even jets may be used. High performance motor gliders can even sport folding propellers.