Scheibe Flugzeugbau was a manufacturer of sailplanes and motorgliders in Germany, founded by Egon Scheibe at the Munich-Riem Airport to produce his Bergfalke design in 1951. The company had produced over 2,000 aircraft by 1985, and after Egon Scheibe died in 1997, his sons-in-law took over the firm. By 2006, they were ready to relinquish control themselves due to their advanced age, but without a successor, the firm ceased operations. Hartmut Sammet subsequently founded Scheibe Aircraft GmbH in Heubach, taking over maintenance of existing Scheibe aircraft, and the manufacturing rights to the Scheibe SF 25.
Scheibe SF-25 C
* Span 15.33 m./ 50.3 ft
* Area 14.47 sq. m. / 188 sq.ft.
* Aspect r...
Scheibe small aircraft
German registration D-KAUZ,a Scheibe SF-25C Falke, spotted at Hilversum.
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