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Armin Harich flies 300km in Germany

Wednesday 16 April, 2014
A snapshot from Armin's day. Photo: Armin Harich

A snapshot from Armin’s day. Photo: Armin Harich

 

Armin Harich flew a massive 302km in Germany on Sunday 13 April.

He took off at 11.24am from Schriesheim, near Heidelberg, and touched down at 7.41pm after over eight hours in the air.

Armin, who works as a kite designer, was flying a Skywalk Tequila 4, a low-level EN B glider.

The flight is the longest flight in Germany that has started and finished in Germany.

Armin’s tracklog


A review of the Tequila 4


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