As is, I'm afraid your question is unanswerable. It would vary greatly on the gravityand conditions of the planet they are on. It would also depend heavily(pun) on how much they weighed.
For example, look at bird skeletons. They practicly have hollow bones. They weigh next to nothing. Still, they tend to have an enormous wingspan compared to their body length. For a 6ft tall person, even with bird bones, that is an enormous wingspan. If they have close to human skeletons, you'd probably be better off just making it based on magic instead of physics.
Do the males have the same skeletal structure and no wings at all? How does a species like that evolve to have such differences.
Here is a quote about Vultures from (https://www.birdsofafeather.ca/about-bird-species)
"Andean condors (Vultur gryphus) are the heaviest species of bird of prey. Males weigh 20-27 pounds and have a wingspan of at least 10 feet. A male California condor (Gymnogyps californianus) preserved in the California Academy of Sciences is reported to weigh 31 pounds. It is rare for the species to exceed 23 pounds in weight.
I would suggest taking a look at similar sites to have an estimate on what you want this species to be able to do. Good luck!
Edited sidenote: If you were looking at having them be fast-flying, take a look at insects. Insects also tend to have more of a difference between males and females as well.