Stavatti Aerospace Ltd is an aircraft manufacturer focused on the design and production of military, commercial and general aviation aircraft. Stavatti was formed with a vision to change the way aircraft are designed and built in order to improve efficiency, quality, safety and performance while reducing the cost of ownership and operation. Benefiting from designs, methods and approaches that are revolutionary, Stavatti will produce aerospace vehicles that offer greater capabilities, greater efficiencies and significantly greater levels of affordability.
Stavatti is about producing families of advanced aircraft ranging from Sportplanes and Military Trainers, to Air Superiority Fighters and Commercial Airliners. Engaging in the research, design, development, flight test, certification, qualification, manufacture, sale, service and logistical support of new and original aircraft and aerospace vehicles, Stavatti aircraft will be produced in piloted, remotely unpiloted and autonomous unpiloted configurations. Creating new aerospace vehicles as either wholly owned programs or as joint venture projects with Strategic Partners, aircraft now under development include:
Stavatti has a vision that spans multiple products over many decades. Implementing a comprehensive strategic plan, Stavatti’s new aircraft will be rapidly developed and produced over the next 25 years to expeditiously grow the company into a major manufacturer of aerospace vehicles for civil, commercial and military customers.
Employing a lean development and manufacturing approach, Stavatti will pioneer, qualify and field new breakthrough technologies including advanced scandium and aluminum lithium alloys, new foam metal sandwich structures, new reciprocating and gas turbine powerplants, novel high temperature composites, high temperature metal ceramics, remarkable crew display, interface and control technologies, advanced radar and sensor technologies as well as new avionics and airborne computers. A unique technology enterprise, Stavatti develops aircraft of novel configuration and integrates their propriety airframes with game-changing technologies to achieve capabilities that will become a new standard for excellence.
A summary of Stavatti Products and Capabilities is provided in the Stavatti Aerospace Briefing that may be downloaded as an Adobe Acrobat PDF file:
Stavatti Aerospace is led by Chairman and CEO, Christopher R. Beskar. Mr. Beskar is Stavatti’s Strategic Leader and Chief Designer. Mr. Beskar founded Stavatti Aerospace Ltd in 2014. The company was reorganized as a Wyoming C Corporation in December 2019 Supporting Mr. Beskar, Stavatti is guided by a qualified management team and board of directors. Owning an established corporate culture, Stavatti’s leadership approach emphasizes growth and individual achievement. Concentrating upon a leadership driven methodology, that stresses individual responsibility, Stavatti is focused upon Leadership rather than Management. Individuals employed on Stavatti program teams are of significant talent and ability.
In so doing, a tightly-knit group is integrated with a single goal in-mind: produce a fantastic product. The organizational mission of Stavatti Aerospace is to provide a leadership framework that can guide and direct the operations of a substantial aerospace manufacturer that is engaged in multiple product programs. On the operations level, each specific aircraft program team, will maintain their own program management, sales and production groups specific to their particular program. Stavatti Aerospace will employ a specific executive leadership team that will provide program strategic leadership. To ensure scientists, developers and engineers maintain stable employment, Stavatti Aerospace manages program engineering talent, transferring engineers from one project to another based upon program needs. The result is an enterprise that maintains a core group of management and engineering talent that is then applied to specific projects that are focused upon certification, production, distribution and sale of their particular project, as well as effectively undertake multiple programs simultaneously.
Stavatti aircraft are developed and produced by a specific Stavatti program/project team that draws from the strategic leadership, management and enterprise assets of Stavatti Aerospace Ltd. From a business perspective, each project is undertaken as a stand-alone, independently incorporated business that is owned in-part by Stavatti Aerospace and in-part by a joint venture Strategic Partner. Organized to enable each aircraft program to be independently managed and financed while isolating the greater Stavatti Aerospace enterprise from liability exposure, all aircraft projects will involve engineering, development and production elements contributed by partners throughout the aerospace enterprise.
Drawing from the capabilities of organic Integrated Program Teams as well as strategic partners and Integrated Program Teams, Stavatti is able to undertake multiple advanced aircraft development and production projects simultaneously through the orchestration and proper deployment of capable teams. Stavatti has significant capabilities to draw from including qualified persons in USA and worldwide to immediately provide engineering, development, production and business solutions.
ENGINEERING & DESIGN
Stavatti Aerospace performs the complete engineering design and development of new aircraft beginning with concept development, through advanced and detail design phases. Engineering includes completion of concept and feasibility studies, business planning, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) and Finite Element Analysis (FEA), complete engineering and detail parts design using tools including SolidWorks Premium, CATIA and Creo. Stavatti is responsible for all aspects of engineering and serves as program lead for all projects. Stavatti currently has engineering teams in the United States and worldwide and can delegate engineering activities per strategic partnership agreements. Stavatti’s engineering philosophy emphasizes the importance of superior concept design married to sound business plans that address valuable niche markets or clearly apparent commercial opportunities. From a solid concept, advanced and detailed engineering is conducted using an Integrated Project Team (IPT) dedicated to complete system engineering throughout the design life of the vehicle.
FLIGHT TEST & CERTIFICATION
Stavatti Aerospace will conduct military aircraft flight testing using contracted flight test centers including the Air Force Flight Test Center (AFFTC) at Edwards AFB. Stavatti naval aircraft are flight tested at NAS Pax River. Stavatti can also perform flight testing at dedicated facilities throughout the US, Europe and New Zealand. Stavatti benefits from in-house DERs for certification with an emphasis upon certifying aircraft to the FAA FAR Part 23 and FAR Part 25 standard. Stavatti also outsources qualified organizations, such as AESI, to perform FAA type certification. Military aircraft are certified to Military 516B standards.
Stavatti Aerospace produces all prototype aircraft in-house from systems, components and major subassemblies produced by qualified industry team members. Stavatti benefits from a 100+ member industry team to supply the highest quality systems for final in-house integration and assembly. For production of aircraft for the US DoD, Stavatti selects US based Industry Team Members and manufacturing partners to provide 100% of all airframe systems, components and equipment to ensure 100% compliance with the Buy American Act. Stavatti will perform primary assembly, systems integration and flight check of all production aircraft at a Stavatti Final Assembly Plant. Immediate prototyping and production work is being conducted at facilities in the USA. Stavatti conducts all prototyping using low cost, flexible tooling and rapid prototyping methods, including laser metal scintering for low volume prototyping.
Stavatti will establish our primary aircraft manufacturing and assembly plant in the United States. Specific aircraft development and manufacturing programs will require both the selection of a production, assembly and completion center. Planned to support production at production rates that span 50 to 3,000 aircraft annually, Stavatti will require dedicated manufacturing facilities that total up to 1,000,000 sq ft including dedicated Office and Administration Centers, Manufacturing Plants, Final Assembly Plants and Paint and Completion Centers. It is desired that these facilities are co-located at a single integrated facility or facility campus. To support final assembly, the production facilities must be located at an airport with a runway that is at least 7,000 ft long and 100 ft wide with a minimum of 40 acres. Stavatti has evaluated over 50 potential site locations at which to establish one or more production centers is now completing its production facility site selection process.