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Aeros' engineering has expertise in all aspects of the design in aerospace products. Our engineers work with dedication, technical creativity, and vision to make existing products better, safer, and more cost-effective. Aeros’ engineering division researches and creates cutting-edge technologies in mechanical & structural engineering, aerodynamics, electrical engineering, avionics, hydraulic systems, flight control systems, and system engineering.


Our engineers handle complex engineering feats that require multifaceted management over a project’s duration. Aeros oversees the entire development process from design, analysis, manufacturing and integration, to testing. Aeros has developed a proven program management system that is implemented on all Aeros products and programs to produce quality and on-time deliverability-- every time.




Aeros’ manufacturing division carries out all phases of aircraft construction and supports complex R&D programs. Our manufacturing facility is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment including computer numerically controlled (CNC) machines.


The Aeros' company quality control system works under the authority of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Production Certificate. We pride ourselves on safety, quality, craftsmanship, and dedication.

Night Hanger High Res

Montebello, CA


Aeros maintains an 80,000 square-foot engineering and manufacturing facility in Los Angeles, as well as an assembly flight test facility inside a historic 500,000 square-foot hangar in Tustin, California. Aeros’ growing workforce of about 100 employees is headquartered in Montebello and supports both facilities, currently producing the most technologically advanced FAA-certified airship on the market.


Tustin, CA - Historic WWII Blimp Hangar


Airship Hangar 2 is designated as a National Historic Civil Engineering Landmark. A fully operational prototype of the Aeroscraft has been completed and is now housed in the hanger. After its successful buoyancy management demonstration in January, the proof-of-design technology demonstration vehicle measuring 260-ft long is being utilized for pre-flight testing, pilot optimization and training, and procedure development in preparation for its first out of hanger flight.