Student organisation at the University College London focused on human powered aircraft. Features current projects, interests, and related links.
Features information, specifications, photos and history of the first aircraft to fly from Munich airport (MUC) runway in the summer of 1990.
Offers an overview and associated photo gallery of the early history of human powered flight and its development.
Includes details, history and FAQ regarding this human powered aircraft (HPA) that has a wing span of 115 ft, a length of 30 ft, a height of 11 ft, and a weight of 90 lb.
Contains a comprehensive overview of human powered flight, along with information The Kremer prizes, references, and links to related resources.
Human flight through flapping. Features overview of projects including Karura, photo galleries, and contacts.
The Thunderbird Project. Features information on the university's attempt to claim the Igor I. Sikorsky prize, along with photos, specifications, contacts, sponsors, and links.
Gallery archive of the NASA Dryden Flight Research Center.