PZL Bielsko SZD-12 Mucha Sto
The IS-2 Mucha had a single-spar high wing with an aspect ratio of 15, and was fitted with dive brakes and spoilers; the fuselage was of elliptical cross-section. The Mucha-ter was developed into the SZD-12 Mucha 100 of 1953, this single-seater being used for training. It was of all-wood construction, the cantilever high wings having a single main spar and an oblique auxiliary spar, with a plywood-covered leading edge torsion box; air brakes were fitted and the ailerons were aerodynamically and mass balanced. The oval-section fuselage was plywood-covered and the pilot sat under a one piece Plexiglas canopy. Landing gear consisted of a monowheel and short front and rear skids sprung with rudder pads.
PZL Bielsko / SZD 12 Mucha Sto (100)