There is a classification of birds called Soaring birds.
In definition, some land birds, such as vultures and certain hawks,
sustain flight for long periods without flapping their wings. They
take advantage of updrafts produced when the wind blows over hills and
mountain ridges or make use of rising columns of warm air called
Vultures stay within thermals by flying slowly in tight circles. They
have short, broad wings and a low wing loading (ratio of bird weight
to wing area) that allows them to remain aloft and to be highly
maneuverable at slow speeds. 
- Birds of Prey
- Secretary Bird
- Sea birds
Most similar morphology to Archaeopteryx is found in Hoatzin (Opisthocomus hoazin) like claws as hands as they hold the branch when they are small.
 Soaring Birds by Paul R. Ehrlich, David S. Dobkin, and Darryl Wheye.