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dassault aviation sa (DAU) Snapshot

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07/17/14 - €1,186
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EX-Date
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Dividend
€8.90
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dassault aviation sa (DAU) Details

Dassault Aviation S.A. designs, manufactures, and supports combat aircraft and business jets in France and internationally. It offers civil products, which include Falcon series aircrafts to companies, economic magnates, and government. The company also provides military products, including Rafale, an omnirole fighter aircraft; Mirage 2000 aircraft; and nEUROn, an unmanned combat air vehicle to validate complex technologies that represent every aspect of mission systems. In addition, it is also involved in the repair and overhaul of Falcon models, and aircraft instruments and accessories; provision of aviation maintenance and services; customization of Falcons comprising interior fittings and livery; rental of business jets; procurement of aviation equipment for Falcon jets; and simulation, instruction, and documentation systems. The company is headquartered in Paris, France. Dassault Aviation S.A. is a subsidiary of Groupe Industriel Marcel Dassault.

11,637 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/25/14

dassault aviation sa (DAU) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman and Chief Executive Officer
Total Annual Compensation: €1.3M
Chief Operating Officer
Total Annual Compensation: €1.1M
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

dassault aviation sa (DAU) Key Developments

Dassault Aviation and BAE Systems Win a Two-Year Contract

Dassault Aviation and BAE Systems been awarded a two-year contract by the French and UK governments to help define the Franco-British requirement for a Future Combat Air System (FCAS) programme. The contract was officially awarded to Eric Trappier, Chairman and CEO of Dassault Aviation, and Ian King, CEO of BAE Systems, by the heads of the French and British defence procurement agencies, Laurent Collet-Billon, Délégué Général pour l'Armement for the French DGA, and Bernard Gray, Chief of Defence Materiel for the UK MoD, during a ceremony at Dassault Aviation's headquarters, Saint Cloud, France. The joint study contract of EUR 150 million /GBP 120 million is to be supplemented with additional French and UK national funding to the combined value of EUR 100 million /GBP 80 million in the same period. The two-year study will build the foundations on which a long-term joint programme will be based by focusing on the following key points, the development of concepts for an operational system, and the maturation of key technologies that will be required for a future operational UCAS. Following the completion of the study at the end of 2016, work could then commence on a UCAS demonstration development programme that addresses both nations' future military requirements. The Feasibility Phase will sustain hundreds of highly skilled jobs at Dassault Aviation and BAE Systems with more jobs sustained by Rolls-Royce, Selex ES, Snecma (Safran), Thales and SME's involved in the programme. In addition, the contract supports the strategically important Military Aerospace Industries in both nations and is testament to the importance that the French and UK governments place in maintaining a cutting edge, sovereign military air capability.

Dassault Aviation Introduces New Airborne Response Service

Dassault Aviation introduced a new airborne response service to provide rapid aircraft-on-ground (AOG) support and alternative transportation options for passengers. The service is in line with Dassault Aviation's strategy to reinforce its customer support portfolio and features two Falcon 900 jets based at New Jersey Teterboro Airport and Paris-Le Bourget Airport. The Teterboro Falcon 900 will serve North America, Central America and parts of South America and the Le Bourget jet will serve Europe, Russia, North Africa and the Middle East. Each of the Falcon 900 will carry Dassault GoTeams and the needed equipment for putting an AOG aircraft back into service and providing alternative transportation options for passengers when needed.

Dassault Aviation Sa Reports Consolidated Sales Results for the Third Quarter and Nine Months Ended September 30, 2014

Dassault Aviation SA reported consolidated sales results for the third quarter and nine months ended September 30, 2014. For the quarter, the company reported net sales of EUR 715 million compared to EUR 762 million a year ago. For nine months, the company reported net sales of EUR 2,229 million compared to EUR 2,588 million a year ago.

 

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