Daher Acquires 70-percent Stake in Socata

Aviation International News » December 2008
December 1, 2008, 5:36 AM

Socata–the Tarbes, France-based manufacturer of the TBM 850 turboprop single–will be majority owned by French-based aerostructure specialist Daher under an agreement reached last month with Socata parent company EADS. Daher is acquiring a 70-percent stake in Socata and has an option to buy the remaining 30 percent in three years. The deal is still subject to approval by antitrust authorities in Europe and possibly in the U.S., according to a Socata spokesman, who also said the company remains on track to launch the NTX, a new twin-turbine business airplane, formally next year.

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Emil Ali
on September 8, 2013 - 9:56am

This was oviously a wrong move for daher, since socata is al lot behind the competitors in performance, production, quality, and abobe all they are not keeping up with the times, not having more places of manufacture and only one plane.

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