Our Fleet

The Caesar Creek Soaring Club owns seven sailplanes and three tow planes. As a member you have access to these ships, each of which has specific criteria you must meet in order to fly them from our field. Flights are typically limited to one hour in length, but two hours can be requested and given at the discretion of the days Crew Chief.


Schleicher ASK-21 (Own – 2)

Schleicher-ASK21-smallCCSC is proud to own two of these solid, all fiberglass, two place training ships and a third on order for 2024 delivery. They are also used by members for general flying and sometimes in local CCSC sponsored sailplane contests. You can read more about the Schleicher ASK-21 here


Grob 102 Standard Astir III (Own – 1)

Grob-102-Standard-Astir-III-smallThis is our club single place fiberglass ship. It joined our fleet in 2009. Different than most of our clubs ships, this one has retractable landing gear to let it “clean up” and go. This Grob 102 has very nice handling flying characteristics and also gives our CCSC members the taste of what it would be like to own a single place glider. In order to fly this ship you must have your private glider rating and an instructor checkout. You can read more about the Grob 102 Standard Astir III here


Grob 103 Twin Astir (Own – 1)

Grob-103-Twin-Astir-smallThis two place training glider was the first club owned fiberglass ship. It has served us well and is used for advanced student training and general member flying around the field. It tends to “drive” heavier than most gliders but it is a solid ship and one that most glider pilots get their first taste of fiberglass performance in. You can read more about the Grob 103 Twin Astir here




Schweizer SGS 2-33 (Own – 2)
The venerable all metal frame and fabric covered 2-33’s are the back bone of the CCSC fleet. Most students start out training in this rugged glider. The CCSC has a long history with this ship and at one time was even the local dealer. You can read more about the Schweizer 2-33 here



CCSC 1-26E ParkedSchweizer SGS 1-26E (Own – 1)
Another venerable all metal frame and fabric covered sailplane, the 1-26E, is part of our CCSC fleet. This single seat sailplane is available to both students (will need and instructor sign off) and certificated pilot members at CCSC. You can read more about the Schweizer 1-26 here

— Our Tow Planes —

Piper PA-25 Pawnee (Own – 3)

Pawnee-PA-25-D-Model-smallThe PA-25 Pawnee is one of the most popular tow planes in the world. Originally built for crop dusting, the conversion to a tow plane was made easy because of it’s solid flying characteristics, 230+ HP engine and general all around toughness. With all this going for it, it can aero-tow all but the most specialized sailplanes that weigh up to 1600 lbs. The CCSC has three of these planes; a B model, C model and D model to round out our tug fleet. You can read more about the Pawnee PA-25 here.