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Arianescape

Arianescape Arianespace is the commercial launch services leader, holding more than 50 percent of the world market for satellites to geostationary transfer orbit (GTO). Created as the first commercial space transportation company in 1980, Arianespace has signed contracts for more than 265 satellite payloads. Arianespace is responsible for the production, operation and marketing of the Ariane 5 launchers, and is a partner in the commercial operations of Starsem's Soyuz launch vehicle.

Website: Arianescape

Apex Aircraft

Apex Aircraft Apex Aircraft is a French company devoted to light aeroplane manufacture. It markets three ranges of light aircraft which it brands Robin, Alpha and CAP. The "Robin" range is the former Avions Robin DR400 4-seater aircraft of wooden construction, the "Alpha" range is the former Avions Robin R2000 all-metal 2-seater aircraft series, and the "CAP" range is the former CAP Aviation's CAP-10 training and CAP-232 single seater high performance aerobatic aircraft.

Website: Apex Aircraft

Dassault Aviation

Dassault Aviation Dassault Aviation is a French aircraft manufacturer of military, regional and business jets. It was founded by Marcel Bloch as Société des Avions Marcel Bloch or "MB". After World War II, Marcel Bloch changed his name to Marcel Dassault, and the name of the company was changed to Avions Marcel Dassault on 20 December 1947. In 1971, Dassault acquired Breguet, forming Avions Marcel Dassault-Breguet Aviation (AMD-BA). In 1990, the company was renamed Dassault Aviation.

Website: Dassault Aviation

Avia France

Avia France Nord Aviation was a state-owned French aircraft manufacturer. It was created on October 1, 1954 upon the acquisition of SFECMAS by S.N.C.A.N. (Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Nord). Paradoxically, the company was based in the centre of France, on the site of Bourges airport, in the département of Cher. In 1970, Nord Aviation merged with Sud Aviation to create Société Nationale d'Industrie Aérospatiale (SNIAS), later renamed Aerospatiale and ultimately merged into European aerospace corporation EADS in 2000.

Website: Avia France

REIMS Aviation Industries

REIMS Aviation Industries With 50 years experience in aeronautics design and construction, 7,000 aircraft built and sold throughout the world in 30 years, REIMS AVIATION INDUSTRIES is today one of the European leaders in the aeronautics industries. The experience acquired as an aeronautics constructor for the F406 twin engine turboprop and the single-engine CESSNA F172 and F182, participation for many years in the major civil and military programs with DASSAULT AVIATION and AIRBUS INDUSTRIE, have allowed REIMS AVIATION INDUSTRIES to build up unique know-how.

Website: REIMS Aviation Industries


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