The HFL Flugzeugbau Stratos 300 is a single-seat pusher design microlight aeroplane.
The out of glass fibre strengthened synthetic built "Stratos" is a product of HFL
Flugzeugbau GmbH from Luneburg in Germany. The length of the Stratos 300 is 6,3 meters; the
wingspan is 12,60 meters. An air-cooled 2-cycle König SC-430 engine drives the 3-blade
push-propeller of the Stratos 300. The cruise speed of the Statos is 92 km/h; the maximum
speed is 120 km/h. Through the large wing surface the Stratos can be flown with a minimum speed
of 45 km/h and acts as an ultralight motorglider.
On 22 June 1989, the HFL Flugzeugbau Stratos 300 PH-3W1 was registered in the Netherlands. The 1988-built
HFL Stratos 300 is powered by an air-cooled 2-cycle König SC-430. Stratos 300 PH-1W3 was photographed at Ultraleicht
Flugplatz Dankern near Haren (Ems) in Germany on 9 September 2006.