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Fly Down Under stops business operation

After season 2014/2015 my wife and me decided to stop business operations of the Fly Down Under companies (Fly-Down Under GmbH, Fly-Down Under PTY Ltd und Fly Down Under Management PTY Ltd). We will continue gliding in Stonefield with BGVC (The Barossa Valley Gliding Club).

A big thank you to all the supporters, Clients and friends that helped us in the past.

I will continue with this web-site for a while to provide general information about gliding in South Australia. Interested pilots are still welcome to contact me for Information.

Konrad & Edeltraud

 

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In the last few years, a soaring holiday in Africa, mostly Namibia or South Africa, has become very popular. The main argument is that the journey from Europe involves only short travel times. It's hard to disagree about this.

South Australia offers a steady political situation, no malaria hazard, good national and international flight connections, a well looked-after road network, European standards in all fields, a good health system, broad mobile phone coverage (important for outlandings), a landscape all safe for outlandings, attractions & activities also for non-pilots - all this in a country with a population of throughout friendly and helpful people.

Discover the fascination of Soaring in Australia with us. Explore the never-ending diversity of the country. Experience the infinite hospitality and heartiness of the locals. Enjoy the charm of "Down-Under" in Australia's largest winegrowing region, the Barossa Valley, first inhabited by German settlers in 1840. Feel the history-related flair of these immigrants: Buildings and churches in German architectural style, towns´ names like Seppeltsfield, Steinfeld, Hahndorf or Lobethal remind of these long passed times.

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