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Blanik America, Inc. is the exclusive distributor
of LAK sailplanes for the U.S.A.
Inclusions, Options, Delivery and Payment Terms
|Note. All prices listed are
subject to change
until firmed in a Purchase Agreement and the Order Deposit is
transferred. The prices shown indicate the last sale. Call or email
Blanik America for the latest price update. ||miniLAK self launchers come to America
BLANIK AMERICA has started delivering the long-awaited miniLAKfes self launchers to America.
of the new owners, Jamie Shore, has been kind enough to permit us to
share with you his experiences. See for yourself by logging onto OLC
and view Jamie's flights.
miniLAK comes to America
Congratulations to the first U.S. buyer on ordering the LAK-13,5 Mini !
Here are more photos of this excellent new glider. Click here.
meter wing extension for LAK17B gliders
are excited to announce the availability of a brand new wing extension
for LAK17B gliders. The wing extension increases the wing span to 21
meters, making the LAK17B an Open Class glider in that configuration.
This increases the versatility of LAK17B in addition to its 18 meter
and 15 meter wingspans which have been available already. An
introductory incentive is available to first five worldwide buyers
ordering the 21 m extensions during the month of September.
LAK-17B FES Flight Impression
Five-page article with photos published in the March 2013 issue of the
LAK-17B FES drew
a big crowd at the SSA 2012 Convention in Reno
The high performance racing sailplane LAK-17B with electric propulsion
was exhibited at the Soaring Society of America Convention in Reno
during the first week of February 2012.
Picture presentation LAK-17B FES at Reno
Read more about the LAK-17B
EXCHANGE OF IDEAS AND IMPRESSIONS
is quite an active group of owners and interested pilots, focused on
the LAK high performance sailplanes. The owners publish comments and
photos, and keep in contact with each other through the LAK-17