Turning points in Anjou Aeronautique history
70 years in the aviation industry, 100 collaborators, 3 locations in France and Romania, 66% of sales are international (outside France and Romania), 190 Customers in more than 40 countries.
Opening of our own burn test laboratory (FAR 25.853 burn tests)
Opening a new Commercial Office in Bucharest
Anjou Aeronautique launched a new activity: cushions for aircraft seats manufacturing.
Receiving EN 9100 approval
Launching the innovative Light Belt 353 under Anjou Aeronautique brand.
CCIFER Award for Innovation.
Short listed for Crystal Award.
Receiving Part 21J Approval.
Receiving the SNCB homologation
Receiving Part 145 Approval.
Opening the design and the certification office in Toulouse.
Launching of 358 rotary buckle, 4 or 5 points restraint system (TSO C114) under Anjou Aeronautique brand.
Receiving ISO and Part 21G Approval.
Receiving SNCF homologation.
Opening of our facilities in Sibiu (Romania).
Launching of Seat belt 349 (TSO C22g) created under Anjou Aeronautique trade mark for16g seats by seat belts’ European pioneer Mr. Mark Radakovic
Launching of Seat belt 343 (TSO C22e), under l’Aiglon brand, installed on Air France’s Concorde aircrafts.
Launching of Seat belt 341 (TSO C22d)
under l’Aiglon brand.