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Mechanical Engineering student Mohammed Muzakkir Sharieff (L) and his project teammates walk out of a building showing the reflection of the aircraft they developed, the low cost manned microlight aircraft (MAQH 13), on the HKBK College of Engineering premises in Bangalore on June 18, 2013. The microlight aircraft, made to fly a payload of 200 kilograms, was designed and developed by a 4-member team as part of their ongoing final year project with a total cost of 45,000 rupees (USD 780). It is powered by a modified 150cc motorcycle engine with a wingspan of 24 feet (7.2 meters) and 17 feet (5.15 meters). Once completed the aircraft will undergo airworthiness tests after obtaining clearance and certification from the Director General for Civil Aviation (DGCA). AFP PHOTO/Manjunath KIRAN (Photo credit should read Manjunath Kiran/AFP/Getty Images)
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Mechanical Engineering student Mohammed Muzakkir Sharieff (L) and his project teammates walk out of a building showing the reflection of the aircraft they developed, the low cost manned microlight aircraft (MAQH 13), on the HKBK College of Engineering premises in Bangalore on June 18, 2013. The microlight aircraft, made to fly a payload of 200 kilograms, was designed and developed by a 4-member team as part of their ongoing final year project with a total cost of 45,000 rupees (USD 780). It is powered by a modified 150cc motorcycle engine with a wingspan of 24 feet (7.2 meters) and 17 feet (5.15 meters). Once completed the aircraft will undergo airworthiness tests after obtaining clearance and certification from the Director General for Civil Aviation (DGCA). AFP PHOTO/Manjunath KIRAN (Photo credit should read Manjunath Kiran/AFP/Getty Images)
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June 18, 2013
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Mechanical Engineering student Mohammed Muzakkir Sharieff and his... News Photo 170795264Air Vehicle,Bangalore,Built Structure,Development,Engineering,Finance,Horizontal,India,Low,Mechanical Engineering,Reflective,Science and Technology,Show,Student,Team,Ultralight,Walking,WorkingPhotographer Collection: AFP 2013 AFPMechanical Engineering student Mohammed Muzakkir Sharieff (L) and his project teammates walk out of a building showing the reflection of the aircraft they developed, the low cost manned microlight aircraft (MAQH 13), on the HKBK College of Engineering premises in Bangalore on June 18, 2013. The microlight aircraft, made to fly a payload of 200 kilograms, was designed and developed by a 4-member team as part of their ongoing final year project with a total cost of 45,000 rupees (USD 780). It is powered by a modified 150cc motorcycle engine with a wingspan of 24 feet (7.2 meters) and 17 feet (5.15 meters). Once completed the aircraft will undergo airworthiness tests after obtaining clearance and certification from the Director General for Civil Aviation (DGCA). AFP PHOTO/Manjunath KIRAN (Photo credit should read Manjunath Kiran/AFP/Getty Images)