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    Hang Gliders Experience World From Bird’s-Eye Viewi
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    July 11, 2013 6:46 PM
    Airplanes are about as close as most of us get to actual flight. For purists who want to see the world like Mother Nature’s flying family, though, there may only be one way to go. For VOA, Arash Arabasadi reports from Highland Aerosports in Southern Maryland, where hang gliding and paragliding let participants fly like a bird.

    Hang Gliders Experience World From Bird’s-Eye View

    Published July 11, 2013

    Airplanes are about as close as most of us get to actual flight. For purists who want to see the world like Mother Nature’s flying family, though, there may only be one way to go. For VOA, Arash Arabasadi reports from Highland Aerosports in Southern Maryland, where hang gliding and paragliding let participants fly like a bird.


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