Another New Shark Jet has arrived in the UK and the new syndicate have done almost 40 hours of flying in the first week.!.





At Aero Exhibition, Friedrichshaven, customers will, for the first time, be able to sit in an HPH Sailplane with their friends.


HPH are seeking customer feedback on the cockpit and instrumentation of the 20m flapped Twin-Shark Sailplane before they commence a production run of this innovative Sailplane.


CockpitThe Twin-Shark Cockpit before transportation to Friedrichshaven.



Front Cockpit instrument panel. This one has almost every conceivable option fitted and is based around the LX 9070, and includes electric undercarriage and electric trim indicators.

Photo’s from the Show to follow shortly.



The HPH Shark Jet was the center of attention at the BGA conference.   I would estimate that we discussed the glider with about 100 pilots and there was great acceptance of the concept and of the specification, build quality and excellent value that the Shark Jet Represents…

Already pilots are beginning to follow-up after the conference and Delivery slots might become a challenge…. get in touch soon..!..






HPH UK will attend the BGA conference on Saturday 1st March 2014 in Nottingham and will display a Shark Jet sailplane.  Please call by our stand and convince yourself of the quality, performance and value that HPH offer in this top-class 18m sailplane.   See you there..






I will be out of the office until the 20th January 2014 and will have very limited phone / email service during that time.

Should you need urgent assistance, please contact the HPH factory directly using the details below :-

Phone :  +420 327 512 633

email  :   hph@hph.cz    OR

Best Rgds

Craig Lowrie



Another New Shark in the UK and rigged for the first time today.  This one a Shark Jet.

It will likely take to the skies over Sussex at the weekend, weather permitting…




In the last couple of weeks HPH has given birth to two more HPH Shark Sailplanes for UK customers at clubs in England.

The Shorter days often means that these production test flights are done at either ends of the day and sometimes in cold temperatures.

At HPH the season still stops and after these and additional two sailplanes are still on track to be completed before the end of the years for customers in North America.