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Aeralis increases STEM placements

25th March 2020 - 11:00 GMT | by Ian Parker in Portsmouth


UK company Aeralis, which is planning to use its modular aircraft design to offer several versions of a fast jet trainer and related platforms for air forces, has strengthened its science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) association with Cranfield University.

Aeralis chief systems engineer Matt Powlson told Shephard: ‘We are expanding our STEM programme to offer significantly more undergraduate placements within our design and manufacturing organisations for the university’s students, as part of the next phase of development and beyond the pre-production phase.’

A strong candidate location for the final assembly and flight test of the Aeralis aircraft is

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Ian Parker


Ian Parker

Ian Parker became an aerospace and defence journalist in 1980 on Flight International and started …

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