It's already been a big success in the USA, thanks partly to the lowest-of-all-regulated classes of airplanes called Part 103. The entire set of rules for Part 103 aircraft can be printed on the front and back of a single piece of paper. (That HAS to be one of the most tightly-written regulations in the modern age of government!)
Yet another major reason why Aerolite 103 is selling so well is because you can buy one ready-to-fly for much less than $20,000. Yep, you read that right! A nice flying, well equipped, three-axis aircraft for less than the average price of a new car. HA! Take that, Detroit (and Wichita).
DeLand, Florida-based U-Fly-It is making as many of these charming airplanes as they can and even trying to stretch capacity for 2016.
Part of the reason they're struggling to keep up is because Aerolite has arrived in Europe and has been approved by various authorities under the name Aerolite 120 (to reflect a difference class of airplanes in Europe that are very similar though not identical).
Read more about Aerolite's recent introduction into England and Ireland atByDanJohnson.com