Reno, NV: 30 July 2020: Aerion has announced changes to the five-member board representing the interests of the company’s major shareholders.

Edward Neveril, Senior Director of Enterprise Corporate Development at The Boeing Company has joined the Aerion board of directors. Neveril succeeds Ken Shaw, who joined the Aerion board in February 2019 and recently retired from The Boeing Company.

“I’d like to express our considerable gratitude to Ken for his service on the Aerion board and the benefit of his vast experience and supply chain expertise that he contributed to the evolution of our company,” says Tom Vice, Chairman, President and CEO of Aerion.

“Now that we have assembled our world-class team of industry-leading aerospace companies to bring the AS2® to market and we are moving forward with the development of Aerion Park and our next round of capital raising, bringing on a Boeing leader with Ed’s corporate development experience will provide tremendous value,” added Vice.

Neveril has been with The Boeing Company for over 11 years. He currently serves as Senior Director of Enterprise Corporate Development, where he reports to the Senior Vice President of Sustainability, Strategy and Corporate Development. His primary responsibilities in this role include joint ventures, public company acquisitions and other complex strategic transactions. Previously, Ed served as the company’s Chief Counsel of Mergers & Acquisitions, where he and his team had responsibility for structuring, negotiating, documenting and closing all M&A transactions across the company. Ed received his undergraduate education at the United States Military Academy at West Point and his law degree from Northwestern University.

Boeing and Aerion are united in a long-term partnership with the common goal of leading the safe and responsible introduction of new mobility ecosystems. Boeing made a significant investment in Aerion in early 2019 to accelerate technology development and aircraft design to unlock the potential of supersonic air travel for new markets. Ed joins Mike Sinnett, Vice President and General Manager of Product Development, Boeing Commercial Airplanes; Bryan Barrett, Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Keystone Group, L.P. and Paul Adams, Former President, Pratt & Whitney, along with Tom Vice on Aerion’s board of directors.

“Together with Boeing we are steadfast in our intention to create a faster, more connected future for human mobility. We welcome Ed to our board, and he will be an integral member to our efforts to bring the AS2® supersonic business jet to production and form a new launch point for the future of sustainable supersonic flight,” said Bryan Barrett of Keystone Group, L.P.

Aerion’s pursuit of faster point-to-point travel begins with the launch of the AS2® supersonic business jet. Designed to be inherently environmentally responsible from first flight, the AS2® is the first supersonic aircraft designed to be powered by 100% synthetic fuel and reach supersonic speeds without the need for an afterburner. The AS2® will be the first aircraft to be assembled at the company’s new global headquarters in Melbourne, Florida – Aerion Park with manufacturing scheduled to commence in 2023.

Companies work together to pioneer the AS2® Supersonic Jet

RENO, Nev. and WICHITA, Kan., July 28th, 2020 – Supersonic aircraft company, Aerion, the leader in supersonic technology, today announced it has entered into a memorandum of agreement to expand the role of Spirit AeroSystems [NYSE: SPR] in the development of the AS2® business jet to include production of the forward fuselage. As part of the agreement, Spirit has committed to additional investment in the AS2® program and has increased engineering resources working on the design of the AS2’s forward fuselage.

Aerion and Spirit first began formal collaboration in early 2019, working on preliminary design of the AS2’s forward, pressurized fuselage. Joining the project in the early formative stages of the AS2, Spirit’s technical expertise has significantly advanced the design evolution as Aerion moves the supersonic business jet toward production beginning in 2023. At full rate, it is expected that Spirit will build 36 forward fuselage assemblies per year.

“Spirit AeroSystems has been an outstanding partner in the design and development of the AS2, and their considerable aerostructures expertise has proven a core enabler in the evolution of our program,” said Tom Vice, Aerion’s Chairman, President & CEO. “I’m delighted to have expanded our already excellent relationship and look forward to continued collaboration between our two companies as we bring the AS2® to market.”

“Through our collaboration with Aerion, we have contributed innovative and cost-effective design solutions to help make the AS2® Supersonic Jet a reality,” said Tom Gentile, President and CEO, Spirit AeroSystems. “With our expanded agreement, Spirit will bring both its manufacturing and design capabilities to this revolutionary aircraft program.”

Aerion’s pursuit of faster point-to-point travel begins with the launch of the new AS2® supersonic private jet. Designed to be inherently environmentally responsible from first flight, the AS2® is the first supersonic jet designed to be powered by 100 percent synthetic fuel and reach supersonic speeds without the need for an afterburner.

The AS2® will be the first aircraft to be assembled at Aerion’s new global headquarters in Melbourne, Florida – Aerion Park. The state-of-the-art development, powered by clean energy, will incorporate headquarters operations plus an integrated campus for research, design, build and support of the company’s new supersonic aircraft.

Reno, NV – July 23, 2022 – Supersonic aircraft company, Aerion, the leader in supersonic technology, today announced it has selected Collins Aerospace Systems, a unit of Raytheon Technologies Corp. (NYSE: RTX), for the development of the moveable leading edge actuation system, elevons actuation system, horizontal stabilizer actuation system and the rudder actuation system for the AS2® supersonic business jet.

“The very nature of supersonic travel presents some unique challenges when it comes to designing reliable and precise systems to guide the aircraft – and we are eager to address them head-on as part of the Aerion team. Collins Aerospace has a long history in advancing complex actuation systems for both commercial and military platforms, and we look forward to continuing this legacy with the AS2,” said Ed Dryden, Vice president Actuation Systems, Collins Aerospace.

“Collins Aerospace is a globally renowned company operating on the cutting edge of aerospace technology with decades of proven experience in successful program delivery and performance,” says Aerion CEO Tom Vice. “We are delighted to have Collins as part of our AS2® team and look forward to collaborating as we continue to transition the AS2® to production.”

Collins Aerospace is a leading expert in fly-by-wire, hydraulic and electrohydraulic actuation design, and offers a complete line of actuation products that enhance aircraft performance and reduce pilot workload. TheAS2® flight controls will be developed and designed from Collins Aerospace’s Actuation System centers of excellence in Wolverhampton, in the UK, and Vernon in France.

Aerion’s pursuit of faster point-to-point travel begins with the launch of the AS2® supersonic business jet which will commence production in 2023. Designed to be inherently environmentally responsible from first flight, the AS2® is the first supersonic aircraft designed with the ability to accept 100% synthetic fuel and reach supersonic speeds without the need for an afterburner.

The manufacture of 300 AS2’s is planned for the first decade of production. The AS2® will be the first aircraft to be assembled at the company’s new global headquarters in Melbourne, Florida – Aerion Park. The state-of-the-art development – powered by clean energy – will incorporate headquarters operations plus an integrated campus for research, design, build, and support of the company’s supersonic aircraft.

Reno, NV – 15 July 2022 – Aerion Supersonic and Jetex have signed a strategic partnership which aligns the two companies in delivering a seamless ultra-luxury travel experience for their customers and finding solutions to the adoption of synthetic fuels.

Aerion CEO, Tom Vice said: “At Aerion Supersonic we are not only redefining speed, but also luxury. Our AS2® supersonic business jet is breaking new ground in private aviation with distinctive and innovative design that stays true to the traditional values of craftsmanship and authentic materials. For our supersonic business jet customers, we aim to craft a truly memorable, ultra-luxury travel experience that fully integrates with our customers’ needs and lifestyles.”

“The AS2® charts a new luxury user experience and a new era in environmentally responsible travel and we are excited to partner with Jetex to offer our customers an all-encompassing supersonic experience both in the air and on the ground.”

Adel Mardini, Founder & CEO of Jetex, commented: “Since the retirement of the Concorde in 2003, the world has been eagerly waiting to return to the supersonic skies. Two decades later, we look forward to welcoming first passengers traveling aboard AS2® at Jetex private jet terminals around the world. To celebrate this special occasion, we will unveil a brand-new suite of services tailored specially for the launch of AS2®. After all, this will be a class beyond the traditional private jet travel, and we look forward to working closely with Aerion to ensure a truly exceptional experience at all our international locations”.

A multi-award-winning leader in executive aviation, Jetex delivers best-in-class flight support solutions across the world. It operates its own extensive international network of more than 35 private terminals, as well as offers aircraft fueling, ground handling, global trip planning and concierge services. The company caters to both owners and operators of business jets for corporate, commercial and personal air travel. By 2025, Jetex aims to operate more than 50 private jet terminals.

As a preferred partner, Jetex will collaborate with Aerion to provide personalized travel arrangements for Aerion’s AS2® business jet customers at its private terminals. The partnership will ensure that the passengers traveling around the world at supersonic speeds in the air also enjoy a seamless and most comfortable experience on the ground. Additionally, the two companies will collaborate on research in a united effort to usher in broader adoption of synthetic aviation fuels.

Aerion’s pursuit of faster point-to-point travel begins with the launch of the AS2® supersonic business jet which will take flight in 2025. Designed to be inherently environmentally responsible from first flight, the AS2® is the first supersonic aircraft designed to be powered by 100% synthetic fuel and reach supersonic speeds without the need for an afterburner. To be produced in carbon neutral operations using renewable energy, the AS2® will incorporate sustainable materials wherever feasible and be backed by an end-of-life process so that when it comes, decades from now, to retire the aircraft from service any impact on the environment is negated.

The manufacture of 300 AS2s is planned for the first decade of production with an order backlog of more than $3 billion already secured. The AS2® will be the first aircraft to be assembled at the company’s new global headquarters, Aerion Park, in Melbourne, Florida. The state-of-the-art development – powered by clean energy – will incorporate headquarters operations plus an integrated campus for research, design, build, and support of the company’s supersonic aircraft.

RENO, Nevada, and SQUAMISH, British Columbia (08 July, 2020) – Supersonic aircraft company, Aerion, the leader in supersonic technology and global mobility, and Carbon Engineering Ltd. (CE), a leading Direct Air Capture (DAC) company, today announced they are working together to develop solutions for carbon neutral supersonic air travel. The companies have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to explore ways in which CE’s synthetic fuel – made from carbon dioxide (CO2) captured from the atmosphere, water, and clean electricity – will power Aerion’s AS2® supersonic business jet, the world’s first carbon neutral supersonic commercial aircraft.

By partnering, the two technology innovators in mobility and sustainable energy believe they can take a significant step forward in achieving their common goal of building the clean energy transportation networks of the future, while helping to address the climate and energy challenge.

“At Aerion we take environmental stewardship very seriously and we believe that speed and being kind to our planet can not be mutually exclusive,” said Tom Vice, Aerion’s Chairman, President & CEO. “As we build the next generation of high-speed transportation networks, we recognize the need to create a broad ecosystem of innovative partnerships to achieve our vision of carbon neutral point to point global travel. We seek partners and technology visionaries who share our vision to passionately pursue addressing climate change. Carbon Engineering is leading the industry in clean energy production and we are proud to partner with them.”

Through this agreement, Aerion and CE will jointly assess requirements to power Aerion’s AS2® supersonic business jet engine – the first non-afterburning engine built to fly at supersonic speeds across land with no boom reaching the ground – entirely on CE’s synthetic fuel. The companies will also explore a potential collaborative project to build an AIR TO FUELSTM plant to produce synthetic fuel specifically for the AS2® program.

“The fundamental value of fuels made from atmospheric CO2 is that they create a circular system of emissions,” said Steve Oldham, CE’s CEO. “Our DAC technology captures yesterday’s emitted CO2 and converts it into fuel. When used in any vehicle, the carbon is returned to the atmosphere as CO2, however, the process then captures it again to make more fuel. So, we continually re-use existing CO2, and little or no new carbon emissions are created. This provides a way to decarbonize sectors of transportation that are difficult to electrify and that require the high energy density of liquid fuels, such as aviation or shipping. We’re excited to pair our AIR TO FUELSTM solution with Aerion’s visionary AS2® aircraft, and to open a pathway to delivering the world’s first sustainable supersonic flight.”

As part of Aerion’s commitment to carbon neutral operations from flight one, the companies will also investigate opportunities for CE to permanently remove CO2 from the atmosphere on behalf of Aerion and its customers. CE’s Direct Air Capture technology, when combined with permanent geological storage of CO2, can deliver large-scale quantities of permanent and measurable carbon dioxide removal, which can be used to counteract sources of emissions that are either too difficult or costly to eliminate.

Reno, NV, 2nd July 2020 – Supersonic aircraft company, Aerion, the leader in supersonic technology, has announced the appointment of several key executives, bringing decades of industry experience and expertise to support the company’s ongoing expansion plans.

As development of the AS2® supersonic business jet accelerates, Aerion continues to grow its team, with further new hires planned to bring the AS2® to production and launch the company’s new global headquarters and manufacturing site – Aerion Park – in Melbourne, FL.

Tom Vice, Aerion’s Chairman, President and CEO, said: “I am really excited to have such an incredible group of successful and committed executives join our team. They are each passionate about our purpose to build the next generation of global transportation networks that significantly reduce the time and friction of travel while leaving no carbon footprint behind. They join our team of entrepreneurs, innovators, risk takers and creative people with the courage to disrupt.”

Joining the company from Embraer, Alessandro Salvia is appointed Aerion’s new Controller with lead responsibility for accounting and finance management. Alessandro brings 12 years of accountancy expertise from management roles at PWC and Embraer and holds CPA, CISA and CFE licenses.

With expertise in aerospace industry compliance and contract negotiation, Rachelle St Louis-Vincent joins Aerion from Gulfstream as a key member of the company’s in-house Legal and Compliance team. In addition to providing legal support to key business functions, Rachelle’s new role will include leading the initiation of the Aerion Foundation – a new independent body committed to reversing climate change.

Robert (Bob) Lewis joins Aerion as Director, System Test Evaluation to build and lead the company’s new testing facilities at Aerion Park. With more than 29 years aerospace leadership experience with the USAF and Northrop Grumman, Bob will play a central role in the AS2® testing program.

Matthew Clarke joins Aerion as Senior Vice President of Marketing & Communications. With extensive experience of global marketing and communication management in the luxury and high-performance automotive sector, Matthew will lead growth of Aerion’s global brand presence. Matthew brings 20 years of experience with brands including Aston Martin Lagonda, Land Rover and Karma Automotive.

Aerion has a growing nationwide employee base encompassing core sites in Reno, NV – the company’s current HQ – an Aerion Technologies division in Palo Alto, CA and a new facility in Melbourne, FL – home to the future Aerion Park which will break ground later this year.

The AS2® – the world’s first supersonic business jet – will be the first aircraft to be assembled at the company’s new global headquarters in Melbourne, Florida. Aerion Park, which represents an investment of $300 million will create at least 675 new jobs by 2026. The state-of-the-art development – powered by clean energy – will incorporate headquarters operations plus an integrated campus for research, design, build, and maintenance of the company’s supersonic aircraft.

Further information on career opportunities at Aerion are available here: www.aerionjetdev.wpengine.com/careers

About Aerion:

We believe in bringing humanity closer. Our vision is a future where humanity can travel between any two points on our planet within three hours using new transportation networks – powered by clean energy solutions – that present a world where distance is no longer a barrier. Our starting point is sustainable supersonic flight, led by the world’s first supersonic business jet – the AS2®.

Today, Governor Ron DeSantis announced Aerion Supersonic will construct a new state-of-the-art campus – Aerion Park – in Melbourne, Florida. Aerion Park will form a new global headquarters and integrated campus for research, design, build and maintenance of the company’s supersonic aircraft. The new project involves a multi-year $300 million investment that is expected to generate at least 675 jobs in Florida by 2026.

“The Space Coast has become a hub for the aviation and aerospace industry, and my administration continues to make it a priority to expand this high-wage and important business sector,” said Governor DeSantis. “We are thrilled that Aerion has selected Melbourne for its new global headquarters and look forward to the company’s success.”

“We are building the next generation of high-speed transportation networks that will revolutionize global mobility without leaving a carbon footprint on our world,” said Tom Vice, Aerion Chairman, President & CEO. “Our AS2® business jet – the world’s first privately built supersonic aircraft – is the first stage in that exciting endeavor. Having evaluated a number of potential locations for our new home, we are excited to partner with Florida and the Melbourne community to create a sustainable supersonic future.”

Over the past decade, Florida’s Space Coast executed a successful strategy to diversify its economy to drive high-wage job creation. Brevard County now leads Florida in manufacturing job growth and is increasingly home to headquarters for some of the most innovative companies in aerospace. The announcement of Aerion Supersonic’s integrated campus and long-term investment in Melbourne is a major win for a community looking to emerge from the economic consequences of the COVID-19 crisis.

“Today’s announcement is great news for Brevard County,” said Jamal Sowell, Florida Secretary of Commerce and EFI president & CEO. “Florida’s strong talent pipeline and low tax business climate continue to make it top of mind for businesses looking to relocate. We look forward to Aerion’s success as they start a new chapter in the Sunshine State.”

“This is a truly transformational project for Florida that changes the game both for high speed air transportation as well for advanced aerospace manufacturing in the state,” said Frank DiBello, President and CEO of Space Florida. “The decision to locate manufacturing of this technologically advanced supersonic flight vehicle here in Florida is a testament to the growing strength and global recognition of the importance of Florida as a world-leading aerospace state. Space Florida is pleased to have provided financing, structure and development assistance to this project.”

“Brevard County is home to the pioneers of space exploration and now the pioneers of sustainable supersonic transportation.” said Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast President and CEO Lynda Weatherman. “Aerion Park raises the profile of the Space Coast as the premier site for the most innovative aerospace companies in the world and is an example of what can be accomplished, even in the most challenging times, when the EDC and its state and local partners work together.”

“Governor DeSantis, Space Florida, the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast, and private industry are actively taking steps to help our community recover from a once-in-a-lifetime pandemic,” said Chair of the Brevard County Board of County Commissioners Bryan A. Lober, Esq. “One of the earliest such steps is the introduction of an estimated 675 high-wage jobs to Brevard County in crafting the Aerion AS2® supersonic business jet, which will help solidify not only our economy, but also our reputation as the world’s preeminent location for the aerospace industry.”

“We are incredibly honored and thrilled to bring this news to our community at a time when it’s needed the most,” said Greg Donovan, A.A.E., executive director at Orlando Melbourne International Airport (MLB). “We are proud to be the location of the future where Aerion will innovate, create and introduce new technologies and products to the aviation industry worldwide.”

“We are overjoyed to be a partner in fostering a new era of aviation by assisting in Aerion’s decision to locate within the City of Melbourne. Aerion’s business venture to manufacture supersonic business jets in Melbourne reinforces the Space Coast’s national reputation as an aerospace industry leader,” said the Mayor of the City of Melbourne Kathy Meehan. “The City of Melbourne is also proud to collaborate with Governor DeSantis, Space Florida, Orlando-Melbourne International Airport, and the Economic Development Commission of Florida’s Space Coast to bring in $300 million of new investment and more than 600 high paying jobs to our community over the next six years.”

“Dating back to the space race of the 1960s, FPL has a long and proud track record of helping power the innovation and ingenuity synonymous with Florida’s Space Coast,” said FPL President and CEO Eric Silagy. “Even as we all navigate the economic uncertainty surrounding COVID-19, Aerion’s decision to build its headquarters in Melbourne serves as a reassuring reminder that better days are ahead for our state. FPL remains steadfastly committed to helping re-start Florida’s $1 trillion economy and move it forward once it’s safe to do so.”

Aerion will break ground on the new campus later this year ahead of manufacturing of the AS2® business jet commencing in 2023. In addition to the 675 new jobs Aerion will bring to the state, Aerion Park is expected to attract key aerospace suppliers within the supersonic technology ecosystem to bring business to Florida, creating additional roles for scientists, designers, engineers and aircraft builders.

Appoints Stew Miller to Lead the New Business Sector

RENO, Nev., Feb. 3, 2020 — Aerion Supersonic, the leader in supersonic technology, today announced that it has begun initial concept development for the first in a family of rapidly developed high altitude supercruise aircraft for the U.S. Defense market.

Aerion will apply its entrepreneurial culture, supersonic aircraft design expertise, and unique digital design capabilities to provide innovative solutions to military customers.

“We are applying the same innovation, approach to risk, and focus on speed and discipline to the military market that we have used to pioneer the first supersonic business aircraft, the AS2® . The AS2® can supercruise for 4,200nm at Mach 1.4 with a large payload at an altitude of 57,000 feet,” says Tom Vice, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer for Aerion.

Stew Miller has been named Executive Vice President, Strategic Systems, and will oversee the segment of the company’s business that will develop and offer disruptive solutions to U.S. government agencies, the Department of Defense and allied military customers.

Miller served 20 years in the U.S. Navy as an aviator flying the F-14 Tomcat. Subsequently, he gained extensive experience developing numerous prototypes as an executive at Northrop Grumman Aerospace. His operational experience has guided his design teams to ensure operationally relevant solutions, and his experience inside the defense industry has given him an understanding of the opportunities and constraints with aircraft and weapon design. He is the recipient of numerous industry, national, and international awards for excellence. He has spent his career in industry to ensure airmen get the capability they need to preserve freedom and defend our nation.

Miller will report directly to Tom Vice, Aerion’s Chairman, President and CEO.

About Aerion Corporation:

Aerion, the industry leader in supersonic travel, is pioneering a new generation of high-speed mobility solutions that significantly reduce the time and friction of travel while leaving no carbon footprint behind. The Mach 1.4 AS2® business jet is scheduled to begin flight testing in 2024. In October 2018, Aerion and GE Aviation unveiled the quiet and efficient GE Affinity™ engine, the first supersonic engine in more than 50 years. Aerion entered into a partnership with Boeing in February 2019 to continue the development of the AS2® and advance the supersonic market.

Aerion, the leader in supersonic flight, announced today that Matthew Mejía has joined Aerion as the company’s Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Strategy & Investor Relations. Matthew brings over 20 years of aerospace experience in strategic due diligence, management consulting and investment banking.

“Aerion’s mission to build the next generation of global transportation networks, saving humanity time while being carbon neutral, is a truly compelling vision. They also have the team that can back this vision up with real knowhow and proven expertise. I look forward to this incredible opportunity,” said Mejía.

Tom Vice, Aerion’s Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer, said of Mejía, “I am very pleased and excited to announce that our board of directors has approved the appointment of Matthew Mejía as our CFO and EVP Strategy & Investor Relations. Matthew brings a remarkable depth of knowledge about Aerion, as well as an impressive background for this role. He will be an incredible addition to our leadership team.”

Prior to Renaissance Strategic Advisors, Matthew held leadership positions with the aerospace practices at Booz & Company and Charles River Associates. He also spent eight years as an investment banker at First Equity Development, a boutique investment bank, focusing on aerospace & defense advisory and merchant banking activities. As Vice President, Matthew had direct responsibility for numerous international and domestic transactions, including sell side, buy side, M&A strategy, due diligence, and capital raising, as well as extensive support for portfolio companies owned by First Equity’s merchant bank. He also created and managed a business unit to advise presidential appointees at the United States Departments of Defense and Justice on industrial base issues and major mergers & acquisitions involving leading aerospace & defense companies.

Matthew graduated from the Jerome Fisher M&T program at the University of Pennsylvania, earning a BS from Wharton and a BAS from the School of Engineering & Applied Science. He is a past fellow at the NASA Glenn Research Center and was a student private pilot. Matthew lives in New York City with his wife and daughter.

About Aerion:

Aerion, the industry leader in supersonic travel, is pioneering a new generation of high-speed mobility solutions that significantly reduce the time and friction of travel while leaving no carbon footprint behind. The Mach 1.4 AS2® business jet is scheduled to begin flight testing in 2024. In October 2018, Aerion and GE Aviation unveiled the quiet and efficient GE Affinity™ engine, the first supersonic engine in more than 50 years. Aerion entered into a partnership with Boeing in February 2019 to continue the development of the AS2® and advance the supersonic market.

Potez will design the doors of supersonic jet, AS2

RENO, Nev., Dec. 23, 2019 — Aerion Supersonic, the leader in supersonic technology, today announced it has selected Potez Aéronautique to design the doors of the AS2, the first privately built supersonic business jet.

“As innovation is in POTEZ’s very DNA, we are very proud and enthusiastic about partnering with Aerion to contribute to the success of the ambitious and pioneering AS2,” said Roland and Antoine Potez, President and CEO respectively of Potez Aeronautique.

Potez Aéronautique is a world-class manufacturer of complex aerostructure assemblies and one of the leading specialists in Design and Build work packages for aircraft doors. The 12-passenger business jet is scheduled to begin flight testing in 2024.

“Potez is an incredibly innovative company with decades of proven experience and successful program performance,” says Aerion CEO Tom Vice. “We are excited to have Potez on the AS2® team for the design and development of the aircraft doors, including the main passenger entry door.”

About Aerion Corporation

Aerion, the industry leader in supersonic travel, is pioneering a new generation of efficient, economical, and environmentally responsible supersonic aircraft. The Mach 1.4 AS2® business jet is scheduled to begin flight testing in 2024. Aerion entered into a partnership with Boeing in February 2019 to develop the AS2® and advance the supersonic market. In October 2018, Aerion and GE Aviation unveiled the quiet and efficient GE Affinity™ engine, the first civil supersonic engine in more than 50 years. More information can be found at www.aerionjetdev.wpengine.com.

About Potez Aéronautique

Rich of more than a hundred years of history in the Aerospace industry, Potez Aeronautique, is a Tier 1 & 2 mid-size aerostructure supplier. Potez Aeronautique supports the world’s leading aircraft manufacturers from design to in-service customer support, going through industrialization and manufacture of complex small to large aircraft and helicopters assembly components. Using cutting edge technologies in various fields such as composites materials, 3D printing, stretch forming sheet metal parts and complex kinematic developments, POTEZ provides complete turnkey innovative and competitive solutions. Potez Aeronautique employs 450 people operating from France and Spain. More information is available at www.potez.com