Hungarian Vintage Glider Club

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The first Hungarians 2 Nándor Opitz is about to take off with his type R-22sv SuperFutár D glider on the airfield of Dunakeszi, in 1958. Nándor Opitz became the first Hungarian to get a diamond badge with his 518 km flown distance achieved with the same glider during the 1958 World Gliding  Championships in Leszno.

The first Hungarians 2 Nándor Opitz is about to take off with his type R-22sv SuperFutár D glider on the airfield of Dunakeszi, in 1958. Nándor Opitz became the first Hungarian to get a diamond badge with his 518 km flown distance achieved with the same glider during the 1958 World Gliding Championships in Leszno.