Welcome to The Un-Official Schleichers ASW 15 (B) Glider Information Portal.
This site is created to share information which can help owners and pilots preserve and safely fly the ASW-15 or ASW-15B glider. To collect as much data as possible, this site is relying upon the soaring community to provide information! All gathered information can be found in the ASW15 forum. You are welcome to register and join a discussion.
The ASW 15 standard Class single-seater was designed by Dipl-Ing Gerhard Waibel, who had been responsible for the ASW-12, and is of glassfibre/foam sandwich construction. It was build in the glider factory of Alexander Schleicher (AS) in Poppenhausen, Germany.
Characteristic for the ASW 15 is the all-moving tailplane set low on the fin, and the shoulder wings have a glassfibre roving spar with the very effective Schlempp-hirth air brakes.
The type made its competition debut at the 1968 World Championships at Lezno in Poland, when an ASW 15 by Hans-Werner Grosse of Germany came 10th in the Standard Class.
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22 November 2014, 21:44 by Yankee Victor | Views: 59 | Comments: 2
I'm so glad I can join this club of ASW15-owners. Let me start by introducing myself: before I flew RC gliders and I wanted to experience the feeling in a thermal myself so in 2007 I started to fl...
08 November 2014, 14:17 by Itamar Lessa | Views: 150 | Comments: 3
Dear Soaring Pilots!
I have started to fly the ASW15a (Rio de Janeiro Gliding Club) this year and I have done at about 70 hours in this season. The glider has only 750 hours and I am enjoyi...
13 October 2014, 19:44 by Toet
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With some other ASW owners, I'm discussing the possibility of a 15 meeting in....2015! So who would be interested in a meeting of fellow 15 owners, somewhere medio 2015? And what...
11 October 2014, 06:08 by Adam Howell | Views: 191 | Comments: 0
Can anyone tell me if when the rudder cables are replaced do they need to be tensioned? and if so what tension is required? also has anybody done the cable replacement who could describe ...
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