|German Rhonbussard design, it was built in 1936 by the Jelgava Glider School.
Participated in the Ventspils Aviation Festival, August 9, 1936.
Participated in the Sloka Aviation Festival, July 4, 1937.
July 10, 1938 - participates in the Aviation Festival at Kuldiga.
Crashed at Spilve by Verners Vidins, July 28, 1938.
|A Hutter-17 type, based in Vainode. Built by the 17th Glider Aviator Group. They began work
on Feb.18, 1937 and completed the job on July 24, 1937, totalling 1701 man-hours.
Christened at the Vainode Aviation Festival on July 25, 1937.
Participated in the Skrunda Aviation Festival, July 24, 1938.
Participated in the Liepaja Aviation Festival, July 31, 1938.
|A Hutter-17 type, built by the 44th Glider Aviator Group, composed of employees of the
railroad 6th Maintenance Division.
Painted silver all over.
Presented to the Latvian Aero Club on September 26, 1937.
|Built by the 87th Aviation Pioneers (Liepaja) under the direction of Edvins Bekmanis.
The glider was christened and introduced at the Liepaja Aviation Festival on July 31, 1938.
Gaigalina was destroyed when the Liepaja hangar burnt to the ground.
|Built in 1936.|
|Christened at the Rujiena Aviation Festival, August 2, 1936.
Participated in the Rujiena Aviation Festival, July 24, 1938.
|An "Iesacejs" type, built by the 48th Glider Aviator Group, under the direction of
Christened at Krustpils on Oct.3, 1937 and test-flown by G.Sacillo on the same day.
|German Kondor I design, it was built in 1935 by the Jelgava Glider School.
September 22, 1935 - the new glider is christened "Lacplesis"
September 18, 1936 - F.Tramdachs pilots Lacplesis, under tow, from Riga to Jelgava.
In 1938 a small 'Krober' 18.5-hp motor was added above the wing, converting it into a motorized glider.
Participated in the Jelgava Aviation Festival, September 11, 1938.
A Hutter-17 type, gifted from the Lenta company to the Riga Glider School. It was built by the 21st Glider Aviator Group, made up of Lenta employees, and took 3,786 man-hours to complete.
The presentation took place at Spilve on August 4, 1937, and the inaugural flight took place the same day with E.Sraders at the controls.
|Christened in 1935, based at Ludza.|
|Christened at the first Sloka Aviation Festival, August 23, 1936 and the inaugural flight took place the same day, with A.Vilks at the controls.|
|Built by the 32nd Aviation Pioneers (Liepaja) under the direction of Edvins Bekmanis. The glider was christened and introduced at the Liepaja Aviation Festival on July 31, 1938.|
|Christened at the Koknese Aviation Festival, August 29, 1937. Test flown by A.Vilks on the same day.
The cost of building the glider was partially covered by the Seces Dairy and the Seces-Serene Credit Union.
|Christened at the Valmiera Aviation Festival, June 4, 1939.|
|Glider was designed and built by VEF, in Riga.
It was a modified Grune Post design, with a wing redesigned by Eizens Delle.
With A.Pantelejevs at the controls, this aircraft completed the first sailplane loops performed in Latvia.
Participated in the Krimulda Aviation Festival, August 16, 1936.
|Single-seater of the "Rhonbussard" type.|
|Two-seater of the "Goevier" type, built by members of the Jelgava chapter of the Latvian Aero Club.. Named after Fricis
Tramdachs, glider instructor from Jelgava who was killed in a crash in 1937. Photo was taken in Riga on May 21, 1940.
|Can be identified by the "VI" on its tail.
Performed a glider demonstration at the Valka aerodrome on May 23, 1937 after the model aircraft competition.