SNCASE

SNCASE (abbreviated from Société nationale des constructions aéronautiques du Sud-Est) or Sud-Est was a French aircraft manufacturer. The company was formed on February 1, 1937 by the nationalization and merger of Lioré et Olivier, Potez, CAMS, Romano and SPCA.

Read more about SNCASE:  History, Products

Other articles related to "sncase":

Products - SNCASE Aircraft Production
... SNCASE SE-100 SNCASE SE-116 SNCASE SE-117 Voltigeur SNCASE SE-161 Languedoc SNCASE SE-200 SNCASE SE-210 Caravelle SNCASE SE-212 Durandal SNCASE SE-400 SNCASE SE-532 Mistral ...
SNCASE Languedoc
... The SNCASE SE.161 Languedoc was a French four-engined airliner produced by SNCASE (Sud-Est) ...
Aérospatiale Alouette
... is a family of light helicopters manufactured by SNCASE, Sud Aviation, and Aérospatiale SNCASE Alouette - company designation SE.3120 piston-engined, not directly ... Sud Aviation Related articles Maurice Papon SNCASE SNCASO SOCATA ...
SNCASE Baroudeur
... The SNCASE S.E.5000 Baroudeur was a French single-engined lightweight fighter designed by SNCASE (Sud-Est) for the NATO "Light Weight Strike Fighter" competition ...
Sud Aviation Caravelle - Design and Development
... SNCA du Sud-Est (SNCASE) returned a number of designs from the X-200 to X-210, all of them pure-jet ... The Committee requested SNCASE re-submit the X-210 as a twin-Avon design ... on the spar for lower overall weight, but SNCASE felt the savings were not worth the effort ...