Aerobility’s First Project Able Grob Makes Public Debut

Credit: Aerobility
LONDON—The first fruits of Project Able–British charity Aerobility’s program to refurbish former Royal Air Force Grob Vigilant motor gliders to sell and use in the charity’s own fleet–was on public display for the first time on Aug. 6. The first Grob G109B Able appeared in the static display at the...
Angus Batey

Angus Batey has been contributing to various titles within the Aviation Week Network since 2009, reporting on topics ranging from defense and space to business aviation, advanced air mobility and cybersecurity.

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