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DASSAULT AVIATION

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Dassault Aviation SA is a French-based group operating in the global civilian and military aviation industry. Dassault Aviation encompasses most of the aviation activities of Groupe Industriel Marcel Dassault (GIMD), and specialises in the design, development, manufacture, and sale of combat aircraft and executive jets. Its portfolio includes the Falcon family (mainly for the civilian aviation market), and the Mirage 2000 and Rafale aircraft for the military sector. It also offers spare parts, tools, and a range of services such as technical support, maintenance, and repair of airframe equipment and parts.

With offices in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East and subsidiaries in the United States, Brazil, India, and China, Dassault Aviation is headquartered in Paris, France.

Dassault Aviation recorded revenues of €4,876.6 million (approximately
$4,104.8 million) in the fiscal year 2017, an increase of 31.41% compared to 2016. The group’s operating income was €209.72 million (approximately $315.8 million) in fiscal 2017, a decrease of 26.55% compared to 2016. Its consolidated net profit was €709 million (approximately $419.3 million) in fiscal 2017, an increase of 87% compared to 2016.

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