Soaring in Innsbruck
Author: Thorsten Renk
Innsbruck, 6 am on a warm summer morning just after sunrise. The first members of the aeroclub vacationing with their gliders get out of the tents and observe the weather. There is thin Cirrus coverage overhead, and the first weak Cumulus clouds are forming already. Winds are a steady 10 degrees from East – it looks like a promising day for soaring. I get the ASK-13 out and ready.
(In reality, we would not have the plane out like this in the morning – it’s dangerous to let light planes with excessively long wings …
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