W hile Aero Vodochody prepares to flight-test the L-39NG and Boeing readies for the T-X program proper, a British startup is making noise about its modular vision for future jet training. Aeralis says it wants to disrupt the jet trainer market with a platform that will cut life-cycle costs by up to 30%, money that it says could  be invested into front-line forces. The company initially revealed its concept in 2015 as the Dart Jet, but the offer is now evolving into a suite of training ...


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