Hütter H 17a
The Hütter H17 is a single-seat glider for training purposes.
Its characteristic features are the small dimensions and its simple construction. Designed by Ulrich Hütter, it was originally produced in 1934 as a DIY kit. As of 1936, series production began at Schempp-Hirth in Goeppingen under the designation Gö 5. Around 200 planes were produced.
- Manufacturer: Sportflugzeugbau Schempp-Hirth, Göppingen, around 1942
- Wing span: 9.7 m
- Weight empty: 80 kg
- Best gliding ratio: 17 at 60 km/h
- Lowest sink rate: 0.88 m/s at 50 km/h