Aeralis Announces New Team Members

AERALIS to demonstrate its unique pilot training system at DSEI

6 August 2019

Meet the AERALIS team on Stand N1- 216.

AERALIS, the British company developing a highly innovative new generation of military jet trainer aircraft, will be exhibiting at DSEI which is being held from 10th to 13th September at ExCel London. This world-leading event connects governments, national armed forces, industry thought leaders and the global defence and security supply chain on an unrivalled scale.

On display on the AERALIS stand will be both a Virtual Reality Experience of the AERALIS design together with a scale model of its Common Core Fuselage, a unique modular concept that will be fully customisable in terms of engines, outer wings and avionics, enabling end-users to configure their fleet of training aircraft to match the precise needs of their trainee pilots at any point in time.

Tim Davies, AERALIS Strategy Director, along with other members of the AERALIS team will be giving briefings about the company’s complete training concept at 2.00 pm every day. The briefings will cover:

  • What is 6th Generation Flying Training?
  • The ‘Gamification’ of AERALIS Flying Training
  • Physical and mental health for fighter jet pilots
  • Minimising Failure in Flying Training

AERALIS is very much looking forward to the opportunity that DSEI will offer to meet and initiate strategic discussions with potential new investors, customers and other business partners from across the world.

The new suite of AERALIS aircraft will be leased as part of a complete pilot training system which will be delivered by instructors who have a full understanding of the technical, physiological and psychological stresses that pilots will be required to manage as the development of sixth-generation fighter aircraft continues.

AERALIS has already built its own highly experienced team and is currently working with a number of leading aerospace and defence industry partners to refine and deliver its inclusive offer which is set to significantly reduce the present cost of training fighter jet pilots.