Benes-Mraz Be-60
Type Werk.Nr Registration History
    BW+AD Schule/FAR 24 used in 1940
Type 2-seat sportplane
Engine 1 Walter Mikron II with a 2-bladed wooden propeller
Dimensions Length 6,65 m , height  ,  span 11,2 m , wing area 15,2 m2  ,
Weights Empty 290 kg, loaded  490 kg, max. take off weight  
Performance Max.. speed 150 km/h , cruising speed  125 km/h, range 470 km, endurance  , service ceiling  3400 m , climb 21 min. to 2000 m
The Beneš-Mráz Be-60 Bestiola was a Czechoslovakian light aircraft produced in the 1930s. The highwing monoplane had two side-by-side seats in an enclosed cabin, braced wings, and a fixed undercarriage. It was first flown in 1935, undergoing testing quickly. Twenty of these aircraft were then sent out to Czechoslovakian flying clubs from April to November 1936.
Probably were at least 3 used in 1940 by the Luftwaffe.