I apologize if this post lies in the wrong place. 61.109 Private pilots * For private pilot glider with less than 40 hours in power: Minimum 10 hours and 20 flights in gliders. 2 hours solo including minimum of 10 flights in the areas of operation of FAR 61.107(b) (6). 3 training flights with an instructor within 60 days preceding the practical test. * If candidate has more than 40 hours in power: Minimum 3 hours and 10 solo flights in areas of operation of FAR 61.107 (b) (6) and 3 training flights with an instructor within 60 days preceding the practical test. So, I have a couple of questions and I know a lot of you bright glider pilots can help me with this I would qualify for the "more than 40 hours in power". How difficult is it to knock out the 3 hours and 10 solo flights? I understand with towing charges, aircraft rental, dual instruction, and so on that it must become rather expensive, right? I live in Kentucky, and have found a flight club that offers glider training, rental, towing, etc. But am open for options because I'm hoping to make this as cheap as possible. I'm also currently working on my IR, so I wont be able to purse gliders for a while, but it's something I definitely want to do in the near future. I absolutely love gliders, but have never gotten the chance to fly in one. Thank you!