Andrea Angiolino and Pier Giorgio Paglia invented this innovative flight path system, which was first released as Wings of War in 2004 by Nexus. After Nexus dropped it in 2011, Ares picked it up, and they have kept it alive as Wings of Glory ever since.

Ares website
BGG game page
Wings of Glory Aerodrome
Help & Messages at Aerodrome
WW1 Deck Evaluator / Builder
Flash's Game FAQ at Aerodrome
Help & Messages at BGG
My other game apps

I would like to thank to these fellow table pilots from Aerodrome forum:
To Dave ('flash') from the UK wing for his excellent maneuver deck file, his comments you can see by each model, and for his help with some data corrections. To Cyril ('Sir_erickson'), a French fellow who created the great service data file i used. To Kubajs from our wing for help with the turn trigonometry, and to Dan ('Dan-Sam') from our wing for his model overview article.

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Maneuver deck G (18 cards)
Arrow speed: 2.9 cm
Table speed: 9.6 cm
Right turn diameter: 19 cm
Left turn diameter: 19 cm
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What stands out about this deck?
This deck has sideslips faster than the straight. It is an obvious error, but what can we do - we use it for our good.
The following aircraft uses the deck G:
Fokker E.IV
 166 km/h    
This app by Jan Horinek (2020)