Flaglor Sky Scooter

Pima Air and Space Museum Aircraft

Manufacturer
Flaglor
Markings
Willard Monroe, Tucson, AZ, 1977
Registration
N6WM
Serial Number
1000

Flaglor Sky Scooter

The Flaglor Scooter is an all-wood construction, fabric-covered homebuilt introduced in 1967. Like many homebuilt aircraft it is designed to be easy to build and maintain with the tools generally found in a home workshop. Also in common with many other homebuilts it is powered by a modified automobile engine. In this case a 1600 CC Volkswagen engine. The Scooter is sold as a set of plans and including an engine costs about $7,500 to build.

Specifications
Wingspan 27 ft 10 in
Length 15 ft 6 in
Height 6 ft
Weight 615 lbs (loaded)
Max. Speed 100 mph
Service Ceiling 10,000 ft
Range 175 miles
Engines 1 1600 cc Volkswagen engine with 36 hp
Crew 1