This new contract confirms STELIA Aerospace’s excellency and competitiveness in the field of aerostructures and pilot seats, on the high-end business aviation segment. It focuses on two projects regarding the Falcon 10X, which was officially launched today:
- Developing and providing four aerostructure sub-assemblies for the aircraft’s central fuselage section (lower shell, aft fuel tank, upper fuselage section and emergency exit door). These sub-assemblies will be developed by STELIA Aerospace’s teams following new innovative processes, based on total digital continuity, from design to mass production.
- Developing and manufacturing new generation pilot and co-pilot seats, aimed at improving the comfort and rest of the pilots.
“In the name of STELIA Aerospace and our teams, I am very proud to see our company participate in Dassault Aviation’s new business jet program, the Falcon 10X. Both projects under our responsibility will be developed in partnership with our customer, building on our international industrial footprint, highlighting the know-how and competitiveness of our plants in France and in Tunisia. This is excellent news, especially in this time when the aeronautical industry is facing an unprecedented crisis”, said Cédric Gautier, CEO of STELIA Aerospace.
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