The Glasflügel 205 Club Libelle, which is used in private ownership, originally originated in the small GDR town of Lommatzsch. Here, the high-performance gliders “Standart-Libelle” made of wood were developed and built by VEB Apparatebau in the fifties and sixties. After the turnaround, Glasflügel took over the former popular design and modernized it into a GRP construction. Thus, the “Glasflügel Club Libelle” was born. In various versions it is often seen in the sky today. The owner, who is also a member of the Fliegerclub, likes to go with his Libelle in good weather over long distances and has already participated with her in competitions and wave flying.
|Year of production||1980|
|Empty weight||210 kg|
|Wing area||9,80 m²|
|best gliding ratio||35 (at 90 km/h)|
|lowest sink rate||0,56 m/s (at 68 km/h)|
|min. air speed||70 km/h|
|max. air speed||200 km/h|