Stemme Debuts S12 Motorglider At Aero

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Stemme, a German glider company that also has a U.S. subsidiary, Stemme USA, in South Carolina, brought its newest aircraft to Aero Friedrichshafen this week, the S12 motorglider. The new model flew for the first time just a few weeks ago, and was unveiled to the public here at the show, company spokesman Francesco Iarz told AVweb. The wings stretch 82 feet, an increase of 7 feet compared to the company's S10 glider. More

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