The plans of the Vöcsök were drawn up by Ernõ Rubik, who was intent on creating an up-to-date, but easily produced trainer for winch or bungee launch. The prototype had excellent flying characteristics, good enough to attract a flow of orders, which was sufficient to serve as the financial base for Rubik's newly established company, the Aero-Ever Ltd. This firm remained in operation until the middle of the 1960-s, during which time it became the birthplace of a whole series of aircraft of Ernõ Rubik's design. The Vöcsök remained in service for nearly thirty years as a basic trainer, during which time about three-hundred copies of it were produced.
The rebuilt 'Vöcsök 81' was finished in the summer of 1981 and made her debut at the 'International Old-timer Meeting', held in West Germany in the same year. She was a great success then, and remained a much sought after participant in airshows and meetings at home and abroad ever since.
|Length of the plane:||6,39 m|
|Weight of the empty plane:||120 kg|
|Minimum speed:||45 km/h|
|Maximum speed:||110 km/h|