Bleriot and Liore et Olivier, subsequently merging with
SNCASO and changing name to Ouest Aviation in
1956. Original designs included S.O.94R twin-engined
trainer; S.O.95 Corse, and
Sud-Ouest SO.1221 "Jinn"
S.O.30 Bretagne military transports;
S.O.4050 Vautour twin-jet bomber; and the
S.O.9000 Trident. The S.O.1221 Djinn two-seat helicopter
was produced, and Vertol H-21 helicopters were manufactured under license for the French Army. Ouest became
part of Aerospatiale.