High Performance Glider, Germany, 1934
The Milan of 1934 was one of the first german, two-seater, high performance gliding airplanes. It had a steel tube frame and was developed by Egon Scheibe, who later became well known for glider design.
Length: 19.029 ft / 5.8 m
Wingspan: 58.399 ft / 17.8 m
Max take off weight: 407.9 lb / 185.0 kg
Max. speed: 65 kts / 120 km/h