List of gliders (V)

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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.

V[edit]

Váhala-Pleško[edit]

(Hubert Váhala & Štefan Pleško / Dílny PO MLL Sodomka, Vysoké Mýto, Pardubice, Bohemia)

Váhaly-Sands[edit]

(H. Váhaly & S. Sands)

Vakhmistrov-Tikhonravov[edit]

(V. Vakhmistrov & M. Tikhonravov)

Valentin[edit]

(Valentin Flugzeugbau GmbH / Valentin GmbH Geräte und Maschinebau)

Valette[edit]

(Aimé Valette)

Valk[edit]

(Solomon Fedorovitch Valk / Nikitin)

Valmiera Aviation Festival[edit]

van Dusen[edit]

(William van Dusen)

Vanags[edit]

(Latvia)

Varoga-Počkaj[edit]

(Aleš Varoga - Duša Počkaj)

Vasquez (glider constructor)[edit]

Vaughn[edit]

(Horace Vaughn)

Vaysse[edit]

(Pierre Vaysse)

VEF[edit]

(Eizens Delle / Valsts Elektrotehniskā Fabrika - State Electrotechnical Factory)

Vekchine[edit]

(G. D. Vekchine)

Verrimst-Maneyrol[edit]

(Robert Verrimst & Alexis Maneyrol)

Vetterli[edit]

(Ernst Vetterli)

VFW-Fokker[edit]

(VFW-Fokker GmbH)

VG (glider constructor)[edit]

Viana (glider constructor)[edit]

Viesturs (glider constructor)[edit]

Vila[edit]

(Eliseo Vila)

Villacampa-Hospital-Pérez-Panzano[edit]

(Vicente de Antonio Villacampa & José María Hospital & Jaime Julve Pérez & Antonio Panzano / Escuela de Aeromodelisme, Alerre)

Vine[edit]

(S.W. Vine, Krugersdorp, Traansval)

Vinklar[edit]

(Karel VINKLAR & Josef ŠVÉBIŠ)

Vlaicu[edit]

(Aurel Vlaicu)

VMA[edit]

Voepel[edit]

Vogt[edit]

Voisin[edit]

(Appareils d'Aviation Les Frères Voisin - Gabriel Voisin & Charles Voisin)

Voříšek[edit]

(Jaroslav Voříšek)

VSM[edit]

(Ladislav Smerček / Vývojová Skupina Morava)

VSR Musachevo[edit]

(Panov & Panchovsky)

VTRZ Jastreb[edit]

Vuillemenot[edit]

(Roger Vuillemenot)

VSB[edit]

(Vysokoškolského Sportu Brno)

VTC[edit]

(Vazduhoplovno Tehnicki Centar, Vrsac)

Vyskočil[edit]

(Jaroslav Vyskočil)

VZ (glider constructor)[edit]

(VZ - Novi Sad Roda)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "j2mcl-planeurs". Team J2mcL. Retrieved 29 November 2012.
  2. ^ Flight: 189. 27 February 1931 https://www.flightglobal.com/pdfarchive/view/1931/1931%20-%200205.html. Retrieved 9 November 2016. Missing or empty |title= (help)
  3. ^ Shenstone, B.S.; K.G. Wilkinson (1963). The World's Sailplanes:Die Segelflugzeuge der Welt:Les Planeurs du Monde Volume II (in English, French, and German) (1st ed.). Zurich: Organisation Scientifique et Technique Internationale du Vol a Voile (OSTIV) and Schweizer Aero-Revue. pp. 40–41.

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