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An essential player in aerostructure components repair and overhaul

AMES is a key player in the market for the repair and overhaul of aerostructure components - from nacelles, radomes and engine fan stator modules to all aircraft metal and composite parts.


A 50/50 joint venture between Airbus and Safran, ArianeGroup is a world leader in access to space. The company develops and supplies innovative and competitive solutions for civil and military space launch systems, with first-rate expertise in the most advanced propulsion technologies.

The pioneer of orchestration solutions for critical real-time software

Asterios Technologies, a Safran deeptech company, provides software solutions to orchestrate, integrate and certify critical real-time applications.

With a highly qualified team, we actively contribute to the success of our customers' programs by providing them the mastery of deploying applications on increasingly sophisticated digital systems.

TP400 engine program coordinator

Europrop International GmbH (EPI) is a consortium founded in 2002 by the four leading aero-engine manufacturers in Europe (Industria de Turbo Propulsores, MTU Aero Engines, Rolls-Royce and Safran Aircraft Engines) to develop and produce the TP400 turboprop engine.

Premier supplier of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) launching solutions

Robonic Ltd Oy enables the short-rail launch of unmanned aircraft and target drones. We incorporate all phases of launch requirements, with the ability to support air vehicle manufacturers at every stage of a platform’s life cycle.

Technology partner to aircraft and space engine manufacturers

As a worldwide leader in its sector, Safran Aero Boosters designs, develops and produces modules, equipment and test cells for aircraft and space engines. Based in Belgium, Safran Aero Boosters has two subsidiaries in the United States and employs 1,700 people.

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