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Flaglor Scooter

An ultra-light sporting single-seat high-wing monoplane designed by K. Flaglor of Asheville, North Carolina. The Scooter was originally powered by a Cushman golf cart engine, which was ultimately replaced by a 1,500-cc VW engine rated at 40 hp. At the 1967 EAA meet this high-wing, enclosed-cabin taildragger received both the “Outstanding Ultralight” and “Out-standing Volkswagen Powered” awards. Construction is of wood with a plywood covering, except for the aft section of the fuselage which is fabric covered. The VW engine is mounted over the cabin and turns a two-blade propeller.
The Sky Scooter features all wood construction, generous wing area for STOL like performance. Easy to build and maintain.



The Scooter was later marketed by Rotor Wings & Flying Machines.

Engine: VW, 25 hp.
HP range: 25-40.
Height: 7 ft.
Length: 15 ft.
Wing span: 28 ft.
Wing area: 115 sq.ft.
Fuel cap: 5 USG.
Weight empty: 390 lbs.
Gross: 625 lbs.
Speed max: 95 mph.
Cruise: 65 mph.
Range: 180 sm.
Stall: 34 mph.
ROC: 325 fpm.
Take-off dist: 250 ft.
Landing dist: 350 ft.
Seats: 1.
Landing gear: tail wheel.

Engine 40-hp 1500cc Volkswagen.
Gross Wt. 650 lb.
Empty Wt. 390 lb.
Fuel capaci-ty 5 USG.
Wingspan 28 ft
Length 15 ft 8 in
Wing area: 115 sq.ft.
Top speed 90 mph.
Cruise speed 80 mph.
Stall speed 34 mph.
Climb rate 600 fpm.
Takeoff run 250 ft.
Landing roll 250 ft.
Range 175 nm
Seats: 1

Engine: VW 1600 60hp
Span: 27'10"
Length: 15'6"
Wing Area: 115 sq. ft.
Empty Weight: 390 lbs
Useful Load: 235 lbs
Stall: 40 mph
Landing Speed: 60 mph
Cruise: 100 mph
Rate of Climb: 1000 fpm
Take Off Distance: 350 ft
Seats: 1

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