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ABACE 2017


Dassault Aviation takes part in ABACE 2017 from April 11 to 13 in Shanghai, China. This article ABACE 2017 first appeared on Dassault Aviation, a majo...
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Rafale: towards standard F4


On 20 March 2017, the French Minister for Defense, Mr. Jean-Yves Le Drian, authorized the start of development of the new RAFALE F4 standard. This art...
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The goal, of reaching “Higher, Together”, is becoming a reality.

Each and every one of Dassault Aviation's airplanes reflects its expertise in state-of-the-art technologies, applied for the greater benefit of its customers. These technologies underpin their independence, their management of time and space, their decisions and actions, anywhere in the world.
Dassault Aviation's long-term viability is built on technical and industrial decisions that take a pragmatic, yet audacious approach, in line with today's ethical, social and environmental imperatives.
As a pivotal part of a strategic, high-value-added industry, Dassault Aviation helps foster the development of a dense fabric of outstanding companies, laboratories and schools. Dassault Aviation deploys expertise unrivaled in Europe, built on the skills and experience of its people, and shared with a number of partners, both in France and around the world.

More than 2,000 Falcon jets in service

More than 1,000 combat aircraft in service

11,745 employees, including 9,189 in France

Dassault Aviation is a major contributor to France's national independence, and a pioneer in the industrial revolution known as the “digital enterprise”. Dassault Aviation is the only company in the world to make both combat aircraft, a key to political independence, and business aircraft, vectors of economic development and workplace efficiency. Dassault Aviation's flagship brands: Rafale, Falcon, nEUROn, Mirage.