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The second life of “Ejected people”
What happens in an ejection?
Paris, July 17, 2019
Textron Inc. (NYSE:TXT) has decided to put on hold the Hemisphere program, for which Safran Aircraft Engines' Silvercrest had been selected.
The initial contract between Cessna (Textron Aviation) and Safran Aircraft Engines is terminated with no financial impact for either partner.
Meet Myriam, Professor at Polytechnique Montréal, on assignment with Safran Tech
What position do you hold at Polytechnique Montréal?
I'm Associate Professor and head of the Mechanical Engineering department's manufacturing section, where I teach theory and practice to engineering students. Hands-on teaching takes place in laboratories, including research labs, since we also undertake R&T projects with doctoral students.
John O’Donnell named CEO of Safran Aerosystems and Sébastien Weber named CEO of Safran Passenger Solutions
Paris, July 10, 2019
Effective July 1, 2019, John O'Donnell has been named Chief Executive Officer of Safran Aerosystems and Sébastien Weber has been named Chief Executive Officer of Safran Passenger Solutions. They also become members of the Safran Executive Committee.
Safran Corporate Ventures on the innovation trail
As everyone is aware, air transport has entered a period of change, which will demand a genuine revolution in terms of the technologies used. With this in mind, Safran Corporate Ventures' mission is to identify the market trends and technological breakthroughs that will drive the changes in air transport in the short to medium term: Artificial Intelligence, autonomous, connected systems, the Factory 4.0, new materials and manufacturing processes, hybrid propulsion systems, new flying platforms, etc.
Safran to build new aircraft carbon brake plant near Lyon
This new plant will strengthen the production capacity of Safran Landing Systems, the Group's landing and braking system specialist. Carbon brakes for aircraft are currently produced at three Safran facilities: the legacy site in Villeurbanne (near Lyon), also Safran's global research center for friction materials, Walton, Kentucky in the United States, and Sendayan in Malaysia.
AI for Humanity: French industry engages on Artificial Intelligence
Leveraging AI to drive growth and create jobs for industry
Safran Foundation for Music: a closer look at the Arod Quartet
A fantastic quartet from the outset
Safran modifies the operational management of its equipment activities. New presentation of segment information at June 30, 2019 .
Paris, July 1st, 2019
Safran has decided to group together business activities with identified strategic and commercial complementarities in order to further boost the synergies to be derived from the integration of the Aerosystems and Aircraft Interiors activities purchased within the scope of the Zodiac Aerospace acquisition.
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Share buyback program
Paris, July 1st, 2019
On May 24, 2017 Safran (Euronext Paris: SAF) announced its intention to implement a Euro 2.3 billion ordinary share buyback program to run over the two years following completion of the tender offer for Zodiac Aerospace shares. To date, Safran already contributed 15.3 million shares to its program for a total of 1.7 billion euros.