The Interplane Skyboy is a two-seat high wing-aluminium & composite microlight plane.
The Skyboy has a fully enclosable composite cabin with side by side seats that make the
aeroplane suitable for trainer.
On 12 June 1997, Interplane Skyboy D-MOSB was noted in front of the assembly hall of Interplane at Zbraslavice in Czech. According to the data
given by the "Sportfachgruppe Ultraleicht im DAeC" this Skyboy was registered D-MOSB at 11:20 on 2 April 1997.
It was temporary registered in Germany under VVZ (Vorläufige Verkehrszulassung zum Zwecke der Erprobung). This Skyboy
didn't get the license for Germany. In 2003, the improved Skyboy ZK finally received the license from the DAeC to fly in Germany.