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.

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Jach Edit

(Franciszek Jach)

  • Jach Bimbuś (Bimbo) No.3 – Second Polish Glider Contest 17 May – 15 June 1925
  • Jach Żabuś (Froggy) – First Polish Glider Contest August 1923
  • Jach Żabuś 2 (Froggy 2) No.4 – Second Polish Glider Contest 17 May – 15 June 1925

Janka Edit

(Zoltán Janka)

Jansson-Thor Edit

(Bengt Jansson & Hank Thor)

Japanese Imperial Army Gliders Edit

Janowski Edit

(Jaroslaw Janowski)

Jasiński-Czarnecki Czajka Edit

(Jasiński & Czarnecki)

Jastreb Edit

(Jastreb Fabrika Aviona i Jedrilica – Jastreb Aeroplane and Glider Factory)

Jaworski Edit

(Wiktor Jaworski)

Jefferson Edit

(G. Jefferson)

Jelgava Edit

Jensen Edit

(Volmer S. Jensen, Burbank, CA)

Jobagy Edit

(John Jobagy)

Johnson Edit

(Dick Johnson)

Joly Edit

(Édouard Joly)

Jongblood Edit

(Mike Jongblood)

Jonker Edit

(Jonker Sailplanes / Attie Jonker)

Jubi Edit

(Jubi Sportflugzeugbau GmbH)

Junkers Edit

(Junkers Flugzeug-Werke A.G.)

Notes Edit

  1. ^ "j2mcl-planeurs". Team J2mcL. Retrieved 29 November 2012.
  2. ^ a b Taylor, John W. R.. Jane's All the World's Aircraft 1982–83. Jane's Publishing Company. London. 1983. ISBN 0-7106-0748-2
  3. ^ Lambert, Mark; Munson, Kenneth; Taylor, Michael J.H., eds. (1991). Jane's all the world's aircraft, 1991-92 (82nd ed.). Coulson, Surrey, UK: Jane's Information Group. ISBN 978-0710609656.

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