Open days May 29 & 30, 2021
Ussel flying club
It is in summer weather that these two open days took place at Ussel Thalamy aerodrome. Indeed, the flying club organized this event in partnership with the FFA (French Aviation Federation) whose stated objective was to make the platform known, but also to allow the general public to discover through organized baptisms, the magnificent region of Haute Corrèze by gaining height either by plane, in a pendular ULM or in a multi-axis ULM.
Many people over these two days came to visit us to appreciate the site but also the many visitors planes or microlights who came to visit us. Our neighboring friends of Égletons, but also those of the ULM base of Saint Julien Puy l'Avèze were there.
Sunday was crowned by a flight demonstration by one of our pilots aboard his aircraft, a Nord 3202 and by the passage at low height of an Air Force aircraft, an Airbus four-jet aircraft. A400M Atlas.
It was a weekend of fun and sharing after this period of confinement.
For those who would not have been able to fly due to the wait, know that it is possible to do first flights throughout the year by making an appointment a few days before with the flying club to ensure good weather conditions.
Thank you to all visitors for their visit to our site.
In addition to this, you will need to know more about it.
It's a pleasure to see you again.....
Thanks to Chris Bogaerts (Ussel aerodrome) who allows us to publish his superb photos
The Super Cheetah ulm taking off.
A pendulum ULM in the parking lot.
A pendulum ULM on final.
Arrival of a Pioneer 300 aircraft.
Assembly in 5 steps of an Albatros multiaxis ULM
ULM Tétras in initial climb during a baptism
A gyroplane microlight in the final landing phase
Lots of traffic this weekend on Ussel Thalamy aerodrome
Thanks to Tridarir (Ussel aerodrome) who authorizes us to publish his superb photos
The Super Cheetah ulm in preparation for a baptism.
Instrument panel of the Tétras ulm.
Ulm Tétras taxiing for a baptism.
Propeller of the De Havilland Canada DHC-1.
Passage of the Airbus A400M Atlas of the Air Force.
The ulm fleet awaiting the first passengers.
View of the Massif du Sancy.
De Havilland Canada DHC-1 aircraft.
De Havilland Canada DHC-1 instrument panel.
Pendular when driving.