The previously developed modified NACA 64a-618 wing glove airfoil implemented on a one-fifth scaled Aeromot 200S Super Ximango motor glider was further investigated towards development of closed-loop active flow control. 2D numerical studies were completed at Re = 300,000 with α = 15° and Re = 64,200 with α = 8.64° with open-loop parameter studies and two closed-loop control schemes for further comparison with experimental results. Before flight-testing the wing glove with the tapered wing section and active flow control system was tested in a closed-return low-speed wind tunnel. Flight experiments were completed with a modified autopilot system to measure angle of attack while wall-pressure and active flow control state were recorded. Analysis and comparison of numerical and experimental results of open-and closed-loop active flow control with zero net mass flux and pulsed blowing actuators are presented.