Kent Gliding Centre has a fleet of modern, 2 seater and single seat glass fibre gliders and 2 power planes for aerotow launching.
3x K21s The ideal 2 seater training glider. Used primarily for basic, advanced, aerobatic and cross country training. The K21 can also be flown solo and first solos and early solo flying is usually carried out in these gliders.
1x Puchacz Used mainly for advanced training and cross country training.
2x SZD 51 Single seater gliders available to members following solo flying status and suitable experience solo flying.
2x tug aircraft. A Pawnee and a Robin DR400. Flown by suitably qualified pilots under the direction of the Tug Master
There are a number of privately owned motor gliders based at the Centre. Often the owner pilots provide experience flights and various cross country exercises to club members.