AeroVehicles was formed to develop the technology originated by a group of engineers working in Santa Maria, California.
This group of engineers designed a new aircraft so unique it is unlike anything previously existing. The aircraft possesses the characteristics of carrying heavy loads, taking off and landing from virtually any relatively flat surface (eliminating the need for paved runways) and the cost for developing this aircraft is a fraction of the cost of a conventional airplane.
Because of the unique properties of this aircraft, its end use will be delivering disaster and humanitarian aid supplies, search and rescue, mobile hospital, combating wildfires, and transport cargo to remote or environmentally sensitive locations.
This is a new aircraft design with an endurance that can be measured in days, capable of landing or taking off with large heavy payloads from anywhere, whether it is from remote fields, deserts, marshes, harbors or waterways. Considering the development time and cost of this vehicle to be a fraction of what it takes to develop a traditional new aircraft, AeroCat will revolutionize aerospace history.
Aerovehicles Inc. USA – Sales and Administration – Palm Desert, California.
South American Office:
Aerovehicles Argentina S.A.- Manufacturing and Product Support – Merlo, San Luis, Argentina.
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) / Director
Bob Fowler – firstname.lastname@example.org –
Chief Operations Officer (COO) / Director
Jose Maria Vaca – email@example.com –
Chief Information Technology Officer (CIO) / Director
Franco A. Scillia Thost – firstname.lastname@example.org –
Chief Technical Officer (CTO) / Board Advisor
Marisa Von Oertel – email@example.com –
VP Business Development – Sales & Marketing – Worldwide
Jim R. Thomson – firstname.lastname@example.org –
Sales & Marketing – Central & South America
Fernando G. Marchesan – email@example.com –
Director Aircraft and Flight Crew Certification – USA / Board Advisor
Richard Jensen – firstname.lastname@example.org –
San Luis FTZ Facilities & Valle Del Conlara Airport:
Suppliers and sub-assembly manufacturers are located in the Justo Daract Free Trade Zone near the city of Villa Mercedes and Aerovehicles’ final assembly facility is located on the Valle Del Conlara Airport. All facilities are located in the province of San Luis, Argentina.