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Flying together - paragliders and hanggliders(27.06.14)

Looking out for one another and observing a few simple rules are essential for safe flying when paraglider and hangglider pilots meet together. Dirk Soboll worte an article on this subject.[more]

Safety test LTF A and B, Part 7(19.05.14)

The DHV safety and technical department tested the following gliders in the 7th round of its ongoing safety test program: LTF A Swing Discus M DHV GS-01-2080-13 80-105 kg Gradient Bright 5.26 DHV GS-01-2071-13 75-100 kg Airdesign Eazy M EAPR-GS-0089/13 80-105...[more]

Safety test LTF A and B, Part 6(19.12.13)

The DHV safety and technical department tested the following gliders in the 6th round of its ongoing safety test program: [more]

New Airbag Technology(05.09.13)

“You cannot negotiate with gravity” Sonny Crockett in “Miami Vice” ...and due to this, paraglider pilots need effective back protection. Unfortunately, this area of equipment development in paragliding has not been basking in glory. Over the last few years, back...[more]

DHV Safety tests of LTF A and B paragliders, Part 5(26.08.13)

Part five of the DHV safety test of LTF A and B gliders is now available in english. The DHV testing team chose current LTF B paragliders available on the market designated as middle to high end gliders by their manufacturers.[more]

Extension of the Scope of the Aeros Safety Directive(13.08.13)

Dear pilots, please note the extension of the scope of the Aeros safety directive: Carbon Crossbeam Check on Aeros Combat Hang Gliders Produced in 2010 - 2013 August 16, 2013 Background: Based on the in-depth study of the problem we have decided to extend the scope...[more]

DHV Safety tests of LTF A and B paragliders, Part 4(19.06.13)

Here comes part four of the DHV safety test of LTF A and B gliders. The DHV testing team chose current LTF B paragliders available on the market designated as middle to high end gliders by their manufacturers.[more]

DHV Safety tests of LTF A and B paragliders, Part 3(21.05.13)

Here comes part three of the DHV safety test of LTF A and B gliders. The DHV testing team chose again current LTF A and low-end LTF B paragliders available on the market and designed as suitable for schooling by their manufacturers. A report on current high-end LTF B...[more]

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