Where teens soar

There are 2 comments on the The Morning Call story from Aug 4, 2008, titled Where teens soar. In it, The Morning Call reports that:

Two students prepare a Schweizer SGS 2-33 glider for take off from Kutztown Airport.

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Stephen

London, UK

#1 Aug 4, 2008
Someones got thir facts skewed - 3000ft is not max altitude for a glider - normal operating heights are 2,000-10,000 depending on weather while high altitude flights of over 20,000 are not uncommon. The world altitude record for a glider is over 45,000ft.
As for speed that depends on the glider but 65mph is normal cruising speed for a glider - the max speed for the one pictured is 100mph while more modern single seat gliders are in excess of 150mph.
Ruth Alan

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#3 Aug 5, 2008
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