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Aero India 2017: French industry plans strong turnout
One of the three Airbus Helicopters H130s operated by Aviators Air Rescue will be on display at the show. © Airbus

Aero India 2017: French industry plans strong turnout

French industry will be out in force at Aero India 2017. The French Pavilion, coordinated by French aerospace industries association GIFAS, will feature 43 exhibiting companies, 10 more than at the previous edition in 2015.  

The following companies will be exhibiting in the French Pavilion: AD Industrie, ADR, AHG, Air Liquide, Alkan, Arconic, ASB Group, Ati-Interco, Aubert & Duval, Axon’Cable, BeAM Machines, Cimulec Group, Dassault Aviation, Dassault Systèmes, Elvia PCB Group, Esterel Technologies, First, GMI-Aero, Groupe Ségneré, Hexcel, Hutchinson, Mach Aéro, Mecapole, Nexeya, Novae Aerospace, Novintec, Oceta, Paris Saint Denis Aéro, Precicast, Prysmian, Rafale International, Rafaut, Recaero, Safran, Saft, Sereme, Socomore, Sofradir, Sunaero, Techway, Thales, Titeflex Aerospace, Zodiac Aerospace.

If one includes French companies with their own stands (Airbus, Liebherr Aerospace, MBDA, Nicomatic, Techman-Head, Trigo), France will be making the strongest foreign showing in terms of exhibiting companies. Exhibitors represent all sectors of the aerospace industry: civil and military aviation, defence and space.

Dassault Aviation Rafale aircraft of the French Air Force and an Airbus Helicopters H130 EMS (emergency medical service) helicopter will be on display at the show.

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