Specializing in aircraft cabin systems and touchscreen displays the team have been developing cabin electronics for nearly 40 years.
Rosen Aviation join Aerion’s growing team of world-renowned technical partners, as progress on the AS2’s development gathers pace ahead of manufacturing commencing in 2023 at Aerion Park in Melbourne, Florida.
The Eugene, Oregon based technology supplier will develop the CMTS system, software sophistication and cabin experience for the 8-10 passenger, private jet.
Lee Clark, senior vice president of strategy at Rosen Aviation:
“We are beyond thrilled to partner with a company, like Aerion, that is poised to revolutionise the business jet market.”
“From the very beginning, it was clear that our two organisations shared many core values, and, most importantly, a vision for the future.”
Tim Fagan, Aerion’s head of industrial design and cabin experience:
“Our drive at Aerion is to make AS2 an icon in aviation history – a leap into the future of speed and global connectivity, while also setting a new standard for luxury.”
“The AS2’s cabin will combine traditional craftsmanship with cutting-edge technologies and will emphasise the truly unique character of this supersonic aircraft. We look forward to collaborating with Rosen to create a truly immersive and intuitive cabin environment that delivers previously unseen levels of passenger-technology interface.”
Aerion are in the business of supersonic and its jet the AS2 supersonic business jet aims to be inherently environmentally responsible from first flight, powered by 100% engineered synthetic fuel and reach supersonic speeds without the need for an afterburner.
Powered by sustainable technology, the AS2 will be the first aircraft to be assembled at the company’s new global headquarters in Melbourne, Florida.
The plan is to manufacture 300 AS2 aircraft in the first decade of production.
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