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Aérospatiale

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Aérospatiale1 French pronunciation: ​aeʁɔspasjal, sometimes styled Aerospatiale, was a French state-owned aerospace manufacturer that built both civilian and military aircraft, rockets and satellites It was originally known as Société nationale industrielle aérospatiale SNIAS Its head office was in the 16th arrondissement of Paris23 The name was changed to Aerospatiale in 19704

The former assets of Aérospatiale are now part of Airbus Group, except for the satellite manufacturing division It merged with Alcatel and became Alcatel Space in 1999, now Thales Alenia Space

Contents

  • 1 History
  • 2 Products
    • 21 Fixed-wing aircraft
    • 22 Helicopters
    • 23 Unmanned aerial vehicles
    • 24 Missiles
    • 25 Space-related products
  • 3 List of CEOs
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links

Historyedit

Former head office, Boulevard de Montmorency, 37

The company as SNIAS was created in 1970 by the merger of the state-owned companies Sud Aviation, Nord Aviation and Société d'études et de réalisation d'engins balistiques SEREB Starting in 1971 it was directed by Henri Ziegler Its North American Marketing arm, French Aerospace Corporation, was renamed European Aerospace Corporation in 19715

In 1991 the company helped construct the revolutionary chassis of the Bugatti EB110 Supercar The chassis was built completely of carbon fibre, and was very lightweight

In 1992, DaimlerBenz Aerospace AG DASA and Aérospatiale combined their helicopter divisions to form the Eurocopter Group

In 1999, Aérospatiale, except for the satellites activities, merged with Matra Haute Technologie to form Aérospatiale-Matra In 2001, Aérospatiale-Matra's missile group was merged with Matra BAe Dynamics and the missile division of Alenia Marconi Systems to form MBDA Lionel Jospin's Plural Left government initiated the privatization of Aérospatiale

On July 10, 2000, Aérospatiale-Matra merged with Construcciones Aeronáuticas SA CASA of Spain and DaimlerChrysler Aerospace AG DASA of Germany to form the European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS

Productsedit

The Aérospatiale Corvette first flew in 1970 and went into service in 1974 40 were built

Fixed-wing aircraftedit

  • CM170 Magister
  • CM175 Zephyr
  • Concorde with British Aircraft Corporation
  • N262
  • N500
  • SE 210 Caravelle
  • SN 601 Corvette
  • TB 30 Epsilon
  • Ludion

Helicoptersedit

  • AS 332 Super Puma
  • AS 350 Ecureuil/AStar
  • AS 355 Ecureuil 2/TwinStar
  • AS 532 Cougar
  • AS 550 Fennec
  • AS 565 Panther
  • SA 313/SA 318 Alouette II
  • SA 315B Lama
  • SA 316/SA 319 Alouette III
  • SA 321 Super Frelon
  • SA 330 Puma
  • SA 341/SA 342 Gazelle
  • SA 360 Dauphin
  • SA 365/AS365 Dauphin 2
  • HH-65 Dolphin

Unmanned aerial vehiclesedit

  • C22

Missilesedit

  • AS 15 TT
  • AS-20
  • AS-30
  • M1 missile
  • M20 missile
  • M45 missile
  • S1 missile
  • S2 missile
  • S3 missile
  • SS11
  • SS12/AS12
  • Air-Sol Moyenne Portée
  • ENTAC
  • Exocet
  • Hadès missile
  • HOT missile
  • MILAN
  • Pluton missile
  • Roland missile

Space-related productsedit

  • AMC-5 satellite
  • Arabsat satellite
    • Arabsat-1A
    • Arabsat-1B
  • Ariane rocket
    • Ariane 1
    • Ariane 2
    • Ariane 3
    • Ariane 4
    • Ariane 5
  • Astra 5A satellite
  • Atmospheric Reentry Demonstrator
  • Diamant rocket
  • Hermes spaceplane not built
  • Huygens spacecraft
  • Infrared Space Observatory
  • INSAT-1C satellite
  • INSAT-2DT satellite
  • Meteosat satellite
  • Nahuel 1A satellite
  • Proteus satellite
  • Spacebus satellite
  • Symphonie satellite satellite
  • Tele-X satellite
  • Turksat satellite
    • Turksat 1A
    • Turksat 1B
    • Turksat 1C
  • Topaze sounding rocket
  • TV-SAT 1 satellite

List of CEOsedit

  • 1970-1973 : Henri Ziegler
  • 1973-1975 : Charles Cristofini
  • 1975-1983 : général Jacques Mitterrand, the brother of François Mitterrand
  • Henri Martre 1983 - 1992
  • Louis Gallois 1992 - 1996

Referencesedit

  1. ^ Gunston, p 13
  2. ^ Who owns whom: Continental Europe, Volume 1 Dun & Bradstreet, 1990 555 Retrieved from Google Books on 31 August 2011 "SA NATIONALE INDUSTRIELLE AÉROSPATIALE 372 1 3724 SA, 37 Boulevard de Montmorency, F-75016 Paris"
  3. ^ "Offices and facilities" Archive Aerospatiale Retrieved on 31 August 2011 "HEADQUARTERS PARIS Aerospatiale 37, boulevard de Montmorency - 75781 Paris cedex 16 "
  4. ^ Henri Lluch, L'établissement de Marignane : de la SNCASE à l'Aerospatiale, Éditeur : Aerospatiale, établissement de Marignane, 1991, 185 pages
  5. ^ "none" Air Progress: 16 September 1971 
  • Gunston, Bill 2005 World Encyclopedia of Aircraft Manufacturers, 2nd Edition Phoenix Mill, Gloucestershire, England, UK: Sutton Publishing Limited ISBN 0-7509-3981-8 

External linksedit

  • Heliscom
  • Paris portal
  • Companies portal
  • Aviation portal

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