History

History of Fk Light Aircraft

The beginning of light plane design in the Funk Family (=Fk) can be followed back to the year 1959. (The name has no connection with the Canadian aeronautic engineer Funk who designed some planes in Northern America.)

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Greif 2 (Fk2) 1962 / Otto Funk
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Greif 1a (Fk1) 1959 / Otto Funk
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Greif 1b (Fk1) 1960 / Otto Funk
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HS 203 1963 / Otto Funk
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Fk3 1968 / Otto Funk
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Sirius 1 1970 / Otto Funk
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AK 1 (Fk4) 1970 / Otto Funk
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Fk5 1979 / Otto Funk
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Fk7 / Fk8 Otto Funk
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Fk6 1985 / Otto Funk
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Fk9 Mark I 1989 / Otto + Peter Funk
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Fk9 Mark II 1995 / Peter Funk
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Fk9 Mark III 1997 / Peter Funk
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Fk9 Mark III Utility 2000 / Peter Funk
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Fk10 1994 / Otto Funk
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Fk11 1997 / Otto Funk
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Fk12 Comet 1997 / Peter Funk
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Fk14 Polaris 1999 / Peter + Otto Funk
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Fk14 B Polaris model 2003 / Peter Funk
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Fk9 Mark IV 2003 / Peter Funk
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Fk14 B2 Polaris 2005 / Peter Funk
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Fk12 S2 Comet 2009 / Peter Funk
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Fk9 ELA 2009 / Peter Funk
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Fk14 B2 Le Mans 2011 / Peter Funk
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Fk 16 hybrid and development project 2011 / Peter Funk
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Fk131 Jungmann 2012 / Peter Funk + T.P.Podesva
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