Mü 10 "Milan"
Two seat glider
Length 6,75 m, height 1,5 m, span 17,8 m, wing area 20 m2, aspect ratio 15,65, angle 1 degree, max. width 0,55 m, stabilizer area  1,9 m2, elevator 1,9
m2, fin 1,1 m2, root chord 1,65 m, chord at tip 0,75 m, mean chord 1,12 m
Empty 180 kg, flying weight 335 kg, wingload 16,8 kg/m2
Max. speed 180 km/h, landing speed 22 to 70 km/h, lowest sink 0,65 m/sec. at 50 km/h
The "Milan" is one of the best designs  from the Akaflieger. Dipl-Ing. Egon Scheibe used steel for the first time for the fuselage. This concept was called later the 'Münchner Schule'. The wingprofile was developed by the Akaflieger. Optimized for low speed  that is thermal flights. The maximum speed is given as 290 km/h in the Air worthiness Certificate. The after seat was reached through a small hatch under the left wing. The sinking speed was 0.7 m/s as a two-seater. ( As a single seat 0.65 m/s) . It was used for many cross country flights
- 1934 Hesselberg - Praha
- 1937 Salzburg - Fara dÁlpago (Italy) 195 km
-1938 Bern - Pallanza/Lago Maggiore 136 km
It won the 1934 Rhön-Konstruktionspreis and in 1937 First prize in altitude , 2980 m, at the ISTUS-meeting. Later the aircraft was exhibited at the Deutschen Museum and survived WW 2. It was after the war used again by the new established Akaflieger in 1951 and used in the fifties. Today it is back at the Deutsche Museum