Aerospace development company, SAMAD Aerospace has signed a contract with the UK based full-service marketing and communications agency, Chamois Consulting.
Under this contract, the team at Chamois will provide an integrated, out-sourced marketing, public relations and communications service aimed to raise awareness as the company seeks further investment partners.
SAMAD Aerospace is a technology development company working on the 'Starling Jet' project, according to the company the world’s first hybrid business/Leisure aircraft with Vertical Take-Off and Landing (VTOL).
The project is currently at the proof of concept phase, whilst generating investment, with a subsequent seven year project plan that will lead to the productionisation of the UAV Starling in 2019, followed by e-Starling in 2022 and Starling Jet in 2024. SAMAD Aerospace are presenting at the CleanEquity conference in Monaco.
The new jet will be cheaper and faster than many other options for those needing a helicopter or business jet for civil, commercial or humanitarian uses. The plane will be 'safer than a car, as environmentally friendly as an electric vehicle and as luxurious as a private jet'.
Less than 20 hours of training would be enough to fly the Starling Jet. The aircraft will be capable of take-off from and landing on an area as small as a helipad.
Jamie Clarke, Director and Founder at Chamois said: “We are very excited to be working together with SAMAD Aerospace to help them get to where they want to be in the future. They are a fantastic company with a 'World’s First' idea that is going to redefine flying”.
Dr Seyed Mohseni, CEO and Founder of SAMAD Aerospace said: “We chose to work with Chamois Consulting to help us achieve our vision of 'Luxury In the sky where others just fly'".
He added: “2018 is a very exciting year for us. February saw the first official release of the starling jet concept at the Singapore Air Show and later this year, we will also see the first prototype take flight. We’re confident that Chamois can help us with our continued dream to revolutionise the way humans and goods fly around the world”.