Replacement for the Blanik?

One of the most popular two-seater gliders used for training all over the world is (or used to be, to be exact) a Czech made L-13 Blanik. Unfortunately it was suspended by EASA because of cracks in the wings, so in many clubs the basic training equipment remains grounded. The future of the Blanik is uncertain, however aero clubs and soaring schools are urgently looking for available two-seaters. Their first choice is to search for a secondhand glider but the price is comparable with the cost of possible renovation of the Blanik. Moreover, nobody wants to get rid of a two-seater even if it’s not used.