Welcome to AeroDelft.

We are a TU Delft Dream Team, member of the World Alliance for Efficient Solutions and corresponding member of the Idaflieg. Our goal is to lead the way in sustainable technologies in the aviation industry by designing and building the world’s first liquid hydrogen-powered aircraft.

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About us.

AeroDelft was founded in October 2017 by two aerospace students at the TU Delft with the goal of becoming an incubator for student aeronautical projects. The team started with Project Talaria, a fully electric personal flying device to take part in the GoFly competition in October 2019.

In September 2018, the team embarked on its newest challenge, Project Phoenix, the world’s first liquid hydrogen-powered motor glider, to fly for the first time in 2021. The multinational team is home to 35 students from Bachelor to PhD level from 23 different countries.

Currently, a scaled prototype is in development, which should take to the skies for the first time in September 2019. Following this, work will begin on the full-scale aircraft. Interested in joining the team? Make sure to head on over to the join us page to find out more!

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Project Phoenix.

The world's first liquid hydrogen motor glider.

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Join Us.

Interested in being at the forefront of sustainable innovation? How about being part of a multi-national team of students designing an aircraft you will be able to sit in and fly? If the answer to either of those questions is yes, then you have come to the right place. Starting in February 2019, we will be recruiting full- and part-time students in management, engineering, PR and much more. We can also offer graduation internships based on our project with our sponsors. Check out the Join Us page for more information!


We could not do what we do without our partners. As a student team, we are dependent on companies and organisations that can help us design, produce, test and fly our aircraft. Follow the link and find out more about the companies helping us revolutionise aircraft design!


Want to find out more about the project, grab a coffee or contact someone specific? Follow the link to our contact page and we will help you further!


Want to meet the team? Find out when we are next in your area and what's going on!

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