Høgslund/Traugott-Olsen 2G

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Høgslund/Traugott-Olsen 2G
2G glider.jpg
Type: School Glider
Design Land:

DenmarkDänemark Denmark

First flight:

19. October 1946



The Høgslund/Traugott-Olsen 2G is a training glider by the Danish designers Knud Høgslund and Frits Traugott-Olsen.


The Høgslund/Traugott-Olsen 2G is one of the few two-seat school gliders. Nine examples of this very simple, wooden aircraft were built between 1946 and 1950. Since two of them are still airworthy today, the aircraft is a popular guest at classic car meetings.[1]


The 2G is a very simple glider with a two-piece wing structure of Edmund-Schneider airfoil without a tension tower, supported by V-braces. The tailplane consists of a narrow fabric-covered tailplane girder in lattice construction with a strutted tailplane equipped with a trim tab.[1]

Technical data

Parameter Data[1]
Crew 2
Length 6,72 m
Span 12,5 m
Height 1,84 m
Wing area 19,2 m²
Wing extension 8,13
Glide ratio 13 at 64 km/h (two-seater)
Lowest sink 1.15 m/s
Set-up mass 160 kg
max. take-off mass 350 kg
max. permissible speed 125 km/h
Minimum speed 48 km/h

See also

  • List of aircraft types

Web links

Commons: Hoegslund/Traugott-Olsen 2G– Collection of pictures, videos and audio files

Individual references

  1. a b c FliegerRevue April 2010, p. 68, Collector’s series – Høgslund/Traugott-Olsen 2G