About the Club

About Our Club

What is The Adirondack Soaring Association? The Adirondack Soaring Association is a group of (60+) licensed glider pilots, power pilots, certified instructors, and student pilots that fly sailplanes at Saratoga County Airport. These aircraft are not tube and fabric hang-gliders but are rigid wing, fully certified sailplanes that can weigh 1,000 pounds or more. Sailplanes are towed aloft by a powered aircraft then released at approximately 2,000 feet. The sailplane flight can be as short as 15 minutes, but flights as long as 10 hours have been accomplished. The club currently has 8 FAA certified glider flight instructors, 3 FAA power flight instructors, and 8 towpilots.


The Adirondack Soaring Association is a organization dedicated to helping its members learn and enjoy the sport of Soaring. We've been Everywhere and it's been our pleasure to meet all of you!

We hope that we have begun to open up the world of Soaring to the community in new ways.

We invite you to come on out and fly! The club operates primarily on weekends and most holidays, April 1st through November 25th from 10:00AM to Sunset.

The Club's current base of operation is Saratoga County Airport, in Saratoga Springs, New York.

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