powered glider

powered glider

A glider or sailplane that has an engine that allows it to gain soaring altitude, independent of a tow.
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The event would include many space related activities like Space Movie Theatre, Space Performing Arts, Space related puzzle games, Robotic Manipulator, demonstration of disaster management through unmanned aerial system (UAS), Rubberband powered Glider competition, Microgravity experiments, University projects competition, model making competition, water rocket demonstration, display of satellite models, Space applications poster presentation, Kids arena etc.
A fixed or ground-adjustable propeller if a powered aircraft other than a powered glider.
He admits to being left petrified by the experience of hovering above Snowdonia's precipices and valleys in the powered glider.
High-flying Stockton teenager Craig Fryer successfully took to the skies in a pounds 100,000 powered glider - and he can't even drive a car yet
The Wright brothers' first aircraft was a powered glider that took off from an assisted launch platform and landed on skids.
Look for a 1926 Swallow Mailplane, a replica of the 1902 Wright Glider, a 1962 Bowers Fly Baby towable home-built, a Kasperwing ultralight, a 1953 Benson Gyrocopter, a Fournier RF-4D powered glider, a Czech-built Lunak unpowered glider.
He aborted the takeoff and landed straight ahead while attempting to maintain control of the powered glider.
Tutors are offering students from Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan lessons on designing and building everything from an air freshener to a hovercraft or a powered glider as part of the Techno Club 2005.
The powered glider was destroyed and the Airline Transport pilot was seriously injured at about 0940 Pacific time when the aircraft experienced an in-flight breakup during an unknown phase of flight.
I wouldn't exactly say this overheard tongue-in-cheek comment was the common thread from this year's Soaring Society of America's (SSA) national convention in South Carolina this past February, but it's proof that hardcore sailplane enthusiasts are barely lukewarm to the idea of electrically powered gliders.
The Bahrain bikers also experienced rides on jet airplanes, buses, donkeys, mules, horses, camels, carts, off-roads 4x4s, powered gliders, propeller planes and hot air balloons as part of the adventure.