As heir to the legendary Morane-Saulnier company (formed in 1911), Daher is the world’s oldest aircraft manufacturer still in operation today. The expertise that has emerged from this heritage now includes:
- Design, manufacture and support of:
o The TBM – one of the world’s fastest single-turboprop aircraft families, and a true benchmark in the aviation sector;
o The Kodiak 100, an all-terrain multi-purpose aircraft used around the world by air-taxi operators, businesses, pilot-owners and humanitarian organizations.
- Maintenance, repair and technical monitoring of a variety of aircraft of the same size and performance category.
Daher’s winglets take flight with the new Gulfstream G700 large-cabin business jet
ISAE-SUPAERO and Daher create a research chair for the design and certification of innovative CS-23 category aircraft
Daher powers the take-off of thermoplastics
Daher is hosting the SAMPE France Technical Days under the banner ‘Emerging Processes for a Green Revolution’. The two-day event provides an excellent opportunity to restate Daher’s leading position in thermoplastics for the aerospace industry, and its current involvement in this sector of the future.