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Type sheet: al530

Apparatebau Lommatzsch FES 530 / II Lehrmeister
Soaring glider, Germany, 1953

[Technical Data] [Expo/Images] - [ Apparatebau Lommatzsch] [ Gliders 1946-1974]

Description:

The "Lehrmeister" is a wooden training soaring
glider that was in use for basic and advanced
training. Some parts were made from polyester.

 

Sizes and weights

Total Length :

26.083 ft

7.950 m

 

Greatest height :

6.890 ft

2.100 m

 

Wingspan :

55.774 ft

17.000 m

 

Wing depth ratio :

15.20

15.20

 

Wing area :

204.516 sqft

19.000 qm

 

Max take off weight :

1102.5 lbs

500.0 kg

 

Weight empty :

661.5 lbs

300.0 kg

 

Max. weight carried :

441.0 lbs

200.0 kg

 

Performance data

Max. speed :

108 kts

200 km/h

 

Landing speed :

31 kts

58 km/h

 

Cruising speed :

39 kts

72 km/h

 

Wing load :

5.33 lbs/ft2

26.00 kg/qm

 

Glide index :

28.00

28.00

 

Other

Crew :

0

0

 

 

2

 

       

 

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