Avion: What you need to know about the world’s first stealth drone, a stealth fighter jet with an unapologetic look that could be the world first commercially-produced stealth fighter
Avion, the world-first stealth fighter, is now available in the United States and the United Kingdom.
It was developed in collaboration with the British Royal Air Force (RAF) and is the first stealth fighter developed by the UK’s Royal Aircraft Corporation.
The UK-built fighter is powered by two Rolls Royce Trent 1000 turbofan engines and is capable of speeds of Mach 2.5.
It is expected to be used in the US, Australia, Japan, and Canada.
The aircraft is being sold through two private aircraft makers, F-ABI and F-ABE.
Avion has an interesting history.
The company was created in 2011 by Sir Ian and his wife Julie, a team of aerospace engineers who founded Avionics Systems (now known as F-ACB).
The company’s initial vision was to create a small, stealthy aircraft that would compete with stealthy UAVs like the US Navy’s F-35 and the Russian Su-27, but they had little success in the market.
By the end of 2013, Avion was in dire straits.
In May of 2014, the company filed for bankruptcy protection.
The news was announced shortly after the announcement of F-AGP, a company that would become the UK arm of Avion.
In July of that year, Avions parent company Avion Aerospace Technologies was spun off into Avion Aviation Technologies.
In August of 2014 it was announced that the company would be purchased by F-AXA of Denmark.
The deal was expected to close by the end.
But Avion lost $9.9 million in the final days of the month, leaving it with $2.3 million in debt.
The financial crisis forced the company to lay off 1,000 employees.
A month later, the FAA approved a request from the British government to build Avion’s stealth fighter in a secret hangar at RAF Lossiemouth, UK.
F-AEB’s acquisition of Avions F-AVC will bring Avion to a much larger, more capable platform.
F.AEB says it will deliver Avions stealth fighter to UK government customers by 2019.
But F-AA has yet to decide whether it will allow the stealth fighter project to proceed.
“We are committed to ensuring that the UK Government and the commercial market are fully informed of the development and development program of the F-AFE, including the development of FABE’s FABF,” said FAA spokesperson Mark Brown.
“This will be a timely, and critically important development for FAB.
FAB is the UK government’s principal supplier of airframe and avionics for the Royal Air Forces, as well as the world leader in the production of the world class aircraft the Typhoon.”
The stealth fighter is expected be delivered to UK and US customers by the middle of 2019.