Aerospace Valley

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Aerospace Valley is a French group of aerospace engineering companies and research centres. It is in the regions of Occitanie and Nouvelle-Aquitaine[1] in the southwest of France and is mainly concentrated in and around the city of Toulouse.

There are over 500 companies, including Airbus, Dassault Aviation, EADS and Air France Industries.[2] About 120,000 people work there in the aviation and space flight industries.[3]

The headquarters of Aerospace Valley is in Toulouse. The chairman of the group is Agnès Paillard[4] · .[5]

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  1. Aerospace Vallée. Décollage imminent (in French)
  2. Economie. Aerospace Valley à l'âge de la maturité (in French)
  3. AEROSPACE VALLEY ANNONCE SA STRATÉGIE (in French)
  4. Agnès Paillard présidente d'Aerospace Valley (in French)
  5. Agnès Paillard, nouvelle présidente d'Aerospace Valley (in French)