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Airglow

Airglow


History

The Airglow man powered aircraft was designed by John McIntyre of Cambridge, and built with the assistance of his brother Mark and a small team of enthusiasts, first flew in 1990 with support from the RAeS. It was rescued from abandonment in Cambridge by Bill Brooks, chairman of the RAeS Human Powered Aircraft Committee and restored by his firm, P&M Aviation in Marlborough.
Airglow was the winner of the Royal Aeronautical Society 2012 Icarus Cup Competition, which took place on 13 – 22 July of that year at Lasham Airfield, UK.




Project Data top

Project No
Type No
Name
Alternative Name(s)
Year
Spec (Requirement)
Status
Qty
Description
References
     Airglow    1990    Proto  1  Human powered aircraft  1



Production Data 

One aircraft only, no registration.

   Total Airglow Production     1   

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