AERALIS will be promoting its fighter pilot training vision at the International Paris Air Show.
AERALIS, the British company developing a new class of military and aerobatic jet trainer aircraft, will be attending the International Paris Air Show being held at the Le Bourget Parc des Expositions from 17th to 23rd June.
Since its launch in 1909, this biennial event has grown to become the largest aerospace exhibition in the world, bringing together all the key players across the international aerospace industry. This year’s show is expected to attract 142,000 trade visitors and some 2381 exhibiting companies.
For AERALIS, the International Paris Air Show offers an excellent opportunity to meet important decision makers and potential new investors from across the global aerospace & defence community and promote the vision that AERALIS has for training the jet pilots of tomorrow.
The new AERALIS suite of trainer aircraft will be supplied under a new leasing model as part of a comprehensive and innovative pilot training system. The aircraft will be built around a common, long-life fuselage which will be fully customisable in terms of engines, outer wings and avionics. The training itself 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 sixth-generation fighter aircraft continue to develop.
An inclusive yet adaptable offer which is set to significantly reduce the present cost of training whilst also delivering a new level of training capability for the next generation of fast jet pilots.