ASK 21 Mi

Our ASK 21 Mi is mainly used as two-seater for training. It is the first aircraft our new student pilots will fly and later the aircraft where they can practise the use of a glider engine. Since it is a "Mi", one can also achieve the self launching permission.

Wing span: 17m
Wing area: 17,95 m2
Fuselage length:  8,35m 
Assembled weight : 360kg 
Maximum Take Off Weight:  705kg 
Top speed (VNE):  280km/h 
Best glide:  34 
The ASW 28-18 by Alexander Schleicher Flugzeugbau is one of the most high performing one-seaters in fiber composite construction. It is also the aircraft, in which we are installing an electric self-sustainer during the FVA 29 project. In the FVA it is used for cross country flight, as well as the first one-seater for student pilots.
Wing span: 18 m
Wing area: 11,88 m2
Fuselage length: 5,585 m
Assembled weight: 270 kg
Maximum Take Off Weight: 575 kg
Top speed (VNE): 270 km/h
Glide ratio: 48

ASW28-18

ASH25 E

The high-performance two-seater ASH 25E was built by Alexander Schleicher Flugzeugbau. With a wing span of 25,6 m it has a very high glide performance and is used for cross country flights. Additionally the ASH 25E has a self-sustainer engine with 24 hp.
Wing span: 25,6 m
Wing area: 16,46 m2
Fuselage length: 8,97 m
Assembled weight: 565 kg
Maximum Take Off Weight: 790 kg
Top speed (VNE): 280 km/h
Glide ratio: 60
Our towing aircraft was bought from Robin in France. Most of the time when the FVA is flying it is used to get our aircrafts up in the air.
Wing span: 8,72 m 
Wing area:   14,2 m2
Fuselage length:   6,96 m
Maximum Take Off Weight:  1.000 kg
Top speed (VNE):  340 km/h

Robin DR400/180R

Glasflügel Hornet

The Glasflügel H-206 Hornet is a fiber plastic one-seater with a wing span of 15 m. It is mostly used for cross country flights and for tournaments, but also for training.
Wing span: 15 m 
Wing area:   9,80 m2
Fuselage length:   6,40 m
Assembled weight:   245 kg
Maximum Take Off Weight:  420 kg
Top speed (VNE):  250 km/h
Glide ratio:  38
Our Club Libelle was built by Glasflügel, just like the Hornet and is the oldest aircraft of our fleet. It has a wing span of 15 m and is mainly used for training.
Wing span: 15 m
Wing area: 9,80 m2
Fuselage length:  6,4 m
Assembled weight:   225 kg
Maximum Take Off Weight:  350 kg
Top speed (VNE):   200 km/h
Glide ratio:   35

Glasflügel Club Libelle

Glasflügel 304

The Glasflügel 304 was built by Glasflügel in just a small number of aircrafts during the 1980s. Due to its camber flaps it is only used for cross country flight and is not available for student pilots.
 
Wing span: 15 m
Wing area: 9,88 m2
Fuselage length: 6,45 m
Assembled weight: 235 kg
Maximum Take Off Weight: 450 kg
Top speed (VNE): 250 km/h
Glide ratio: 43