List of gliders (J)

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This is a list of gliders/sailplanes of the world, (this reference lists most gliders with references, where available)[1] Note: Any aircraft can glide for a short time, but gliders are designed to glide for longer.

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Jach[edit]

(Franciszek Jach)

  • Jach Bimbuś (Bimbo) No.3 – Second Polish Glider Contest 17 May – 15 June 1925
  • Jach Żabuś (Froggy) – First Polish Glider Contest August 1923
  • Jach Żabuś 2 (Froggy 2) No.4 – Second Polish Glider Contest 17 May – 15 June 1925

Janka[edit]

(Zoltán Janka)

Jansson-Thor[edit]

(Bengt Jansson & Hank Thor)

Japanese Imperial Army Gliders[edit]

Janowski[edit]

(Jaroslaw Janowski)

Jasiński-Czarnecki Czajka[edit]

(Jasiński & Czarnecki)

Jastreb[edit]

(Jastreb Fabrika Aviona i Jedrilica – Jastreb Aeroplane and Glider Factory)

Jaworski[edit]

(Wiktor Jaworski)

Jefferson[edit]

(G. Jefferson)

Jelgava[edit]

Jensen[edit]

(Volmer S. Jensen, Burbank, CA)

Jobagy[edit]

(John Jobagy)

Johnson[edit]

(Dick Johnson)

Joly[edit]

(Édouard Joly)

Jongblood[edit]

(Mike Jongblood)

Jonker[edit]

(Jonker Sailplanes / Attie Jonker)

Jubi[edit]

(Jubi Sportflugzeugbau GmbH)

Junkers[edit]

(Junkers Flugzeug-Werke A.G.)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "j2mcl-planeurs". Team J2mcL. Retrieved 29 November 2012.
  2. ^ a b Taylor, John W. R.. Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1982–83. Jane's Publishing Company. London. 1983. ISBN 0-7106-0748-2
  3. ^ Lambert, Mark; Munson, Kenneth; Taylor, Michael J.H., eds. (1991). Jane's all the world's aircraft, 1991-92 (82nd ed.). Coulson, Surrey, UK: Jane's Information Group. ISBN 978-0710609656.

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