Saturday, June 15, 2013

Eric Trappier: the Rafale could be sold to India "late 2013"

The CEO of Dassault Aviation, was the guest of BFM Business, Friday, June 14 He said he was "confident" about the outcome of negotiations with India to sell 126 Rafales.

The Paris Air Show, which opens Monday, June 17, is a crucial event for the aviation industry. And this is not Eric Trappier, CEO of Dassault Aviation, who say otherwise.

Guest BFM Business, Friday, June 14, the leader stressed the importance of this area, "a party" giving "the opportunity to meet professionals and the general public."

Then go to the sore subject: the Rafale, which is still struggling to find a buyer. But Eric Trappier said he was "very confident" about the outcome of negotiations with India.

"The Indian authorities are determined to buy the Rafale, we are committed to the sale, it is a long and difficult contract. Confidence is built on the details of these contracts," he said.

Dassault discusses "industrial clauses" with its Indian partners

In particular, certain provisions relating to the manufacture of the device: "We will manufacture 18 aircraft in France, and then, little by little, we'll make it in India are all these industrial clauses we are discussing with industry. Indian. "

A hearing officer, the contract could be signed "late 2013" for "126 units in total," that are manufactured in France and India.

Perhaps the outcome of a series that Dassault could have done. Especially since, even according to Eric Trappier, negotiations with Brazil are a bit "sleepy".

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