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Type sheet: slzgl

Stamer Lippisch Zögling
Training glider, Germany, 1926

[Technical Data] [Expo/Images] - [ Stamer Lippisch] [ Gliders 1919-1938]


The Zögling was a simple lightweight glider for basic
flight instruction. It was designed to start with
rubber ropes, a common way to start a glider in the
years short after WWI. It was designed by Alexander
Lippisch who became famous by his design Messer-
schmitt Me 163 Komet, a rocket drive flying wing.


Sizes and weights

Total Length :

17.356 ft

5.290 m


Greatest height :

6.594 ft

2.010 m


Wingspan :

32.940 ft

10.040 m



Crew :









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