Fabrication of Mirage 2000 prototype in 1977 in the workshop

Go back in time and discover the story of the company’s facilities.

Dassault Aviation facility: Argenteuil, France


History of the Argenteuil site, from the 1907 opening of the Lorraine-Dietrich automobile plant to the 7,000th fuselage produced by Dassault in 1996.

Dassault Aviation facility: Biarritz, France.


Three of the most prominent names in aviation history, Latécoère (1937), Breguet (1939) and Dassault (1971), helped found and develop the Biarritz site.

Dassault Aviation facility: Bordeaux-Mérignac, France


History of the Mérignac site, created to produce the 318 Flamant, which, over its 53 years of operations has delivered over 7,000 new aircraft.

The Bloch plant in Saint-Cloud, built in 1938, made engines and propellers


The history of the Saint-Cloud site, from the purchase of land by Marcel Bloch in 1938 to the commissioning of a new building in 2001.

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