LOS ANGELES (Dec 22, 2015) – Worldwide Aeros Corp. (Aeros), a manufacturer of Type Certified airships under a FAA Production Certificate, reveled today additional production and certification progress for its ’40E Sky Dragon’ airship now under construction. The 40E airship has entered its integration stages of production, and will be outfitted with vectoring thrust that enhances performance during its multi-role flight operations.
FAA ACCEPTS CERTIFICATION DATA AND SUBSYSTEM TEST PLANS FOR AEROS’ 40E ‘SKY DRAGON’ AIRSHIP IN PRODUCTION
LOS ANGELES | WASHINGTON DV | KIEV (Nov 13, 2015) – Worldwide Aeros Corp. (Aeros)announced today the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has accepted and approved several of the aircraft’s analysis reports and test plans, as part of the continuing Type Certification process for Aeros’ latest airship, the ’40E Sky Dragon.’ Aeros expects the advanced multi-role airship will begin flight testing in 2016, and enter service after successfully completing the certification process.
FAA AND AEROS REACH AGREEMENT ON PLAN FOR CERTIFICATION OF AEROS’ LATEST AIRSHIP, THE ‘40E SKY DRAGON’
LOS ANGELES | WASHINGTON DC – (Sep 8, 2015) – Worldwide Aeros Corp. (Aeros), a California manufacturer of airships and aerostats operating with a FAA Production Certificate, announced today that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Aeros have reached agreement on the plan for certification of Aeros’ latest airship, the ‘40E Sky Dragon.’ Aeros expects the 40E ‘Sky Dragon’ will enter flight testing in 2016, and complete the Type Certification process with regulatory authorities before entering global service. Applications for “Sky Dragon” include border security, surveillance, early warning, search and rescue operations, port security and maritime patrol, in addition to more traditional airship roles like advertising and event broadcast.
LOS ANGELES (March 31, 2015) – Worldwide Aeros Corp. (Aeros), a manufacturer of airships and aerostats operating with a FAA Type and Production Certificate, announced today that functionality testing has been successfully completed on a new landing gear design for the Aeros 40E ‘Sky Dragon’ airship now in production.
AEROS COMPLETED CRITICAL DESIGN REVIEW (CDR) FOR NEW ’40E SKY DRAGON’ AIRSHIP, INITIATES FABRICATION AND VEHICLE ASSEMBLY
LOS ANGELES (Feb 20, 2015) – Worldwide Aeros Corp. (Aeros), a lighter-than-air (LTA) aircraft manufacturer operating with a FAA Production Certificate, announced today the Critical Design Review (CDR) for the company’s latest airship has been successfully completed and production initiated on 40E ‘Sky Dragon’ at the Aeros’ engineering and production headquarters in Montebello.
TUSTIN, CA (Dec 04, 2014) – Today Aeros announced recent delivery of the company’s latest 40D ‘Sky Dragon’ airship S/N A40D-22 to its Mexico-based operators following a costal flight from Tustin, California to Tijuana, Mexico. Aeros’ pilot Corky Belanger, CEO Igor Pasternak, and flight engineer John Wertz were aboard for the cross country flight.
TUSTIN, CALIFORNIA (Oct 17, 2014) – Aeros and guests gathered in Tustin, California to christen the Aeros 40D Airship ‘Sky Dragon.’ The distinguished guests were out for this christening to support the California based company. The list was long with members of the US Congress Dana Rohrabacher (R-CA), Grace Napolitano (D-CA), Loretta Sanchez (D-CA), Linda Sanchez (D-CA), and Judy Chu (D-CA), California State Assembly Members Matt Dababneh and Travis Allen, and the Mayor of Tustin, Al Murray. All spoke to honor the company’s latest milestone and delivery of Aeros’ first airship to Mexico.
LOS ANGELES (Sept 30, 2014) – The Aeroscraft Corporation (Aeros) today announced they received validation of the 40D ‘Sky Dragon’ airship’s Type Certification from Mexico’s Aviation Authorities.
TUSTIN, CA (Sept 04, 2014) – Southern California residents will soon be gazing skyward as a captivating aviation giant take to the skies. Inflation is now complete on a new airship that will be flying locally after first taking shape last week at a Southern California hangar in Orange County. The vehicle’s envelope (S/N A40D-22) is now filled with more than 100,000 cubic feet of Helium, helping ready the 150 foot plus vehicle for test flights in Tustin prior to its international service deployment for multi-role operations overseas beginning this fall.