|The Fi 158 at Kassel-Waldau Airfield|
|Manufacturer||Fieseler Flugzeugbau Kassel|
|First flight||9 March 1938|
|Developed from||Fieseler Fi 157|
The Fieseler Fi 158 was a civilian research aircraft designed and built in Germany from 1938.
Designed as a manned version of the Fi 157 radio-controlled drone, the Fi 158 was a low-winged monoplane built largely of wood, with retractable tailwheel undercarriage and twin fins and rudders, with the crew sat in tandem in an enclosed cabin. Limited flight testing was carried out before the prototype was destroyed in an air raid.
Data from Aircraft of the Third Reich