Dassault Aviation’s new flagship, the Falcon 8X, is expecting imminent certification following the successful completion of flight tests and a demanding month long global operational test campaign.
The French Navy has taken delivery of the last of its four Falcon 50 Surmar (Maritime Surveillance) aircraft.
Dassault Aviation has received the 2016 Randstad Award for the most attractive company in the “capital and intermediate goods” sector and the 2016 Randstad Award Grand Prix for the most attractive company, all categories combined.
During a press conference, Eric Trappier presented 2015 results on March, 10.
In the framework of the France-UK summit which took place on March 3, 2016, in Amiens, Dassault Aviation and its partners are delighted at the two countries’ shared intention to pursue cooperation in military aviation, and particularly to launch a new phase in 2017 with the “scale 1” development of a UCAS (Unmanned Combat Air System) operational demonstrator.
During French President François Hollande’s visit to India, French and Indian government authorities signed an intergovernmental agreement paving the way for the conclusion of a contract for the sale of 36 Rafale fighters to India.
On January 13, 2016, Eric Trappier, CEO of Dassault Aviation, Olivier Zarrouati, President of the ISAE-SUPAERO Foundation, and Olivier Lesbre, Managing Director of ISAE-SUPAERO, signed a five-year patronage agreement concerning the creation of a teaching and research chair on the topic of “architecture of man-in-the-loop air systems”. This chair is placed under the responsibility of Mickaël Causse.