Tunisia’s Avionav acquires license to enter Portuguese market

Avionav, a Tunisian light aircraft manufacturer, has acquired license to supply the Portuguese market as the company continues its international expansion.

Foued El Kamel, the co-founder of the firm unveiled the information to local radio Mozaique last Saturday. El Kamel also indicated the company is currently working to acquire license for Poland.

Avionav is currently present in several countries across Africa, Latin America, Europe, and North America.
The company has unveiled two new projects: Rally and Storm. The Rally is the latest state-of-the-art Special Light Sport Aircraft design, the company says. The aircraft is produced using carbon fiber and Kevlar. Both make the aircraft rot, rust or corrosion-free. This design increases performance and helps to reduce maintenance and repair costs, the firm stresses.

Storm, also known as Storm Century SLSA, is an all-metal low-wing aircraft. The cutting-edge aerodynamic design technology, Avionav indicates, enables all of the aircraft’s outside surfaces to generate life, thereby, adding measurably to the performance, stability, and fuel efficiency of this sleek new entry in the US SLSA market.

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