Formed in December 1971, following the merger of
Dassault Super Etendard
Super Etendard
Dassault and Societe des Avions Louis Breguet. Expanded successful Falcon series to include Falcon 50 (1976), Falcon 100 and Falcon 900 (1984). Super Etendard carrier- borne combat aircraft
Dassault Mirage 2000
Mirage 2000
appeared October 1974, Mirage 2000 fighter in 1978 and Mirage 50 in April 1979. Breguet 1150 Atlantic (1961) maritime aircraft continued in production until 1973, with new
Dassault Falcon 900
Falcon 900
Atlantique 2 appearing in May 1981. Engaged on the SEPECAT Jaguar with British Aerospace. Undertook Alpha Jet twin-jet trainer development and production with Dornier of Germany (later Daimler- Benz Aerospace; see Dassault-Breguet/Dornier). Name changed to current Dassault Aviation in 1990.

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