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Scheibe Bergfalke (II/55)
Bergfalke II 55.jpg
Type Glider aircraft
Propulsion Unpowered aircraft
Manufacturer Scheibe
Author(s) Bea Wolf (D-ECHO) based on ASK-13 by Patrice Poly
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Status Beta
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 Website The website for the Scheibe Bergfalke (II/55) developments.
 Repository The development repository of the Scheibe Bergfalke (II/55).
Download Download the Scheibe Bergfalke (II/55) aircraft package for the current stable release (2020.3).
License GPLv2+
Wikipedia Scheibe Bergfalke This is a link to a Wikipedia article

The Scheibe Bergfalke II/55 is a two-seater, mid-wing glider aircraft. Following its first flight in 1955, the Bergfalke was primarily used as an ab-initio trainer aircraft, but also for competitive long-distance flights. Due to its low glide ratio, it is today regarded as an oldtimer only used for training and leisure.


  • Mü13E Bergfalke I: prototype aircraft, developed from the Akaflieg München Mü13 This is a link to a Wikipedia article
  • Bergfalke II (/55): first production aircraft featuring a 4° forward wing sweep; this is the aircraft currently available for FlightGear
  • Bergfalke III: improved variant with a more streamlined canopy, taller fin and rudder as well as a reduced forward wing sweep of 2° and Schempp-Hirth style airbrakes
  • Bergfalke IV: improved wings featuring a Wortmann airfoil as well as a 60cm greater wingspan
  • Bergfalke IVM: motorglider variant with a retractable propeller

External links

(german) information about the Bergfalke
European type certificate (EASA)
(german) type certificate on a Scheibe aircraft club's website
(german) "Interessengemeinschaft Scheibe Flugzeuge" with information about various Scheibe aircraft
(french) website with a lot of images and drawings
(german) Pilot Operating Handbook for -III type (german) Pilot Operating Handbook for -IV type