Dassault Aviation has been on a roller-coaster since 2015, with deliveries of the first export Rafale fighters, surprise termination of a business jet program and swift progress on the Franco-German future combat air system (FCAS). It is cooperating on the FCAS program with Airbus—whose Eurofighter competes with the Rafale. Dassault also aims for a greater role in Europe’s space ambitions. France Bureau Chief Thierry Dubois sat down with Chairman/CEO Eric Trappier to reflect on ...

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