Non-motorized aircraft flying by using air currents.

The feature of this flight is the non-motorized nature of the aircraft

at the same time there is no moving power source
. Therefore, the plan is, “non-motorized aircraft” and also gliding, “non-motorized flight,” he

The lack of light engines Aviation the first time, prevented the development and use
motorized gliders to fly aviators they were forced. These gliders târihine without causing too
are older.

The first plan is the producer of the British Sir George Cayley, made in 1849 flew a glider is a small
children in Yorkshire. In 1853, the car made it fly. From then on the French sea
officers succeeded to fly in 1867, making a planner similar to the Lebride gull bird.

even though the work prepared for the future of the precious principles,
is a tool that is capable of flying away. The first vehicle to fly on this road was made by Otto Lilienthal of German Engineers

This man, who has made hundreds of flight experiences using a lot of basics about aerodynamics, has succeeded in steering the planes in the air with the rudders. After British Percy
Pilcher gliders have an additional landing gear and landing began to be built on wheels.

American Wright Brothers, added a fin to the glider’s wings as Carina question of balance
and in this way, turns have begun to be made easier. Again, the Right Brothers December 16
1903 glider motor to attach honorableness are succeeded to fly the first powered aircraft.

After that date, those who want to learn to fly only to plan the flight they paid attention and they plan
1920 -1921 Wasserkuppe made in the plan year until the contest has lost its importance.
said after the contest, Hang-gliding, spread throughout Europe as a sport. The first
international planner contest was held in Germany in 1937. Then the Second World
are small plan the transport order in the war and they are great plan that can carry 60 troops were made.
After the war plan flights, gained importance again as a sport and came to a common
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