| MOVERO, Gyöngyös||1|
|Nombre total de constructions||1|
|Infos techniques||Fuselage en forme de coque de bateau. Prévu pour décoller remorqué par un bateau.|
|Histoire résumée||In 1933 Zoltán Janka was called upon by the Motor Yacht Club of Budapest to design a glider which would be capable of launching from water by motorboat towing and would be able to land on water as well.|
Janka designed an all wooden biplane glider with a boat-hull fuselage. The biplane solution had been chosen because of the necessary wing area calculated from the performance and speed of the available motorboat. The glider was constructed at the workshop of MOVERO (Aviation Section of the Hungarian Defense Association) in Gyöngyös.
The first trial was done on May 29, 1934, however the glider never left the water as the towing motorboat was not able to gain the calculated speed. Because of this failure the whole project was abandoned. The later fate of the glider is unknown.
|Liens personnalités|| Pas de personnalité associée.|