Published date 15 March 2022

Aeralis marks opening of new offices in Bristol

Image credit: Aeralis

AERALIS, the transformational British military jet developer, has marked a significant milestone in the development of its pioneering modular aircraft by opening its first site in Bristol.

Located in a heart of British aerospace and defence manufacturing, the site was chosen due to its transport links, its strategic location within the company supply chain, and its proximity to numerous companies, such as the MOD, Atkins, and Rolls-Royce. The location will also allow AERALIS to leverage the wealth of engineering and design expertise available in the region.

Operating the site as an ‘Enterprise Hub’ comprising of a hybridised office and design engineering space where partners can explore the initial stages of manufacturing and systems integration.

AERALIS’s founder & CEO Tristan Crawford commented:

“The opening of the Enterprise Hub marks a significant milestone in our development as a company, as it will allow us to accommodate our programme team together with our engineering team and our partners in the region to expand on the development of our innovative modular jet.”

Jack Lopresti, MP for Filton and Bradley Stoke, and Chairman of the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Sovereign Defence Manufacturing Capability said:

“I am delighted to welcome AERALIS to our area, and look forward to learning more about their work, in a sector that provides many jobs in our region. I look forward to visiting them in the near future.”

Invest Bristol & Bath (IBB) played a key role in AERALIS's move to Bristol. Through their brilliant experience in assisting businesses grow throughout Bristol and Bath, the IBB team helped setup with introductions to the universities as well as property search.

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