AERO SERVICES GUEPARD Aéro Services Guépard produces the Guépard and Guépy ultralights.
When the French industry was forcibly nationalized in 1936, 2 firms, Farman and Hanriot, were grouped to form Société Nationale de Constructions Aéronautiques du Centre, known as SNCAC or Aérocentre.…
AeroKuhlmann's first product, built in the company's 600 m² (6.450 sq ft) factory on La Ferté-Alais airfield, near Cerny, is the SCUB. Contact Details Address: Aérodrome de Cerny, F-91590 Cerny,…
AERONIX SARL Formed in 1999, Aeronix has recently launched production of its first aircraft, the Airelle. The company also markets avionics and provides simulated training.
Produced single-seat monoplane with 40-hp Train engine in 1946.
AMEUR AVIATION SA Ameur Aviation (known until 2001 as Ameur Aviation Technologie - AAT) originated on the island of Corsica, but has moved to mainland France.
ADVANCED MECHANICAL SYSTEMS AND ALTERNATIVE TECHNOLOGY As an alternative to trans-Europe road transportation of large Airbus A380 subassemblies from Germany, Spain and UK to Toulouse, a number of outsize airship…
APEX INTERNATIONAL Three French light aircraft manufacturers are included in the holding company Apex International (formerly known as Aéronautique Service); products of BUL, CAP and Robin are described where appropriate;…
Association Zéphyr was founded in 1994 by fourth-year student engineers of the Ecole Supérieure des Techniques Aérotechniques et de Construction Automobile (ESTACA), who have designed the Alizé light aircraft, intended…
This company holds rights to the Sky Ranger ultralight, which is built under licence in Ukraine by Aeros and distributed by several dealerships throughout the world.
BUL AVIATION BUL (Bourgogne Ultra Léger) is one of three light aircraft manufacturers owned by Apex International (formerly Aéronautique Service), its specialist area being ultralights. Details of the Zùlù, its…
CAP AVIATION CAP Aviation (known as Akrotech Europe until January 1999) is owned by holding company Apex International (formerly known as Aéronautique Service - AES), also responsible for the Robin…
When Paul Deville left Caudron he joined Salmson engine company, first product being Cri-Cri STOL 2-seater, made by Salmson and by 4 other companies under licence. Compagnie Française d'Aviation formed…
DASSAULT AVIATION Former Avions Marcel Dassault-Breguet Aviation formed from merger of Dassault and Breguet aircraft companies in December 1971; French government acquired 20 per cent of stock in January 1979,…
SOCIETE DYN'AERO Dyn'Aéro formed September 1992 by Christophe Robin, son of the founder of Avions Pierre Robin; his initials (CR) appear in aircraft designations. Initial product was CR100, flown two…
The Délégation Générale des Armements (DGA) is studying a number of domestic and foreign airship proposals for future strategic and tactical transport use by the French Army. EADS is involved…
ESPACE LIBERTE SARL Having worked on design of the DEA Yuma STOL lightplane in Italy, Charles Guerin returned to France to pursue development of a modified version, incorporating refinements including…
Raymond Glanard built light monoplane 1966.
HUMBERT AVIATION Humbert's most recent design is the Tétras, although the earlier Moto du Ciel, designed in 1984, remains available.
The company's first product is the Isatis01 ultralight.
ISSOIRE AVIATION Issoire Aviation was established in 1978 as a successor to Wassmer Aviation. Its subsidiary, Rex Composites, is responsible for carbon fibre airframes. Current product is the APM-20/21 lightplane,…
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