The May/June 1992 cover of Canadian Flight magazine showed Ian Coristine soaring his Challenger C-IBPP near Montreal, Quebec.

The issue featured Ian's extensive "how to"
on the techniques of soaring in ultralights.

Power pilots generally regard thermals as turbulence. However for those aware of the simple techniques of soaring, thermals offer entirely new pleasures and can improve fuel economy to zero gallons per hour.

With the right plane, power pilots can reorient themselves to regard thermals as free games on a pinball machine!

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