Migratory bird from the Teutoburger Wald in Bitterwasser

Where can you not find the gliders of the Segelflugschule Oerlinghausen, resident at the Teutoburger Wald? After Caiolo in Italy and La Motte in the French Alps, now also in southern Africa.

The new Arcus M, the D-KQMA, of the Segelflugschule Oerlinghausen is part of the grid in Bitterwasser – currently supervised by school principal Carsten Kopsieker.
In the grid the gliders stand next to each other on the pan – it simply offers a lot of space. This means that no one else gets dusty during the take-off run, and the flights can begin with perfectly clean glider. Placed next to each other, you can also prepare calmly without being pushed from behind.

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Just married in Bitterwasser

“No, that's not our honeymoon,” said the so obviously enamoured Christopher and Marie Rogos when they arrived at Bitterwasser. But just six weeks before their joint gliding vacation in Namibia they got married.

Willi is not that wild at all

Oops, a gazelle. At first glance, the new Bitterwasser guests are surprised when they see Willi in the lodge. Willi is a little springbok.