Formed December 1936. Incorporated elements
Bloch M.B.161 / Sud-Est S.E.161 Languedoc
M.B.161 Languedoc
of Liore et Olivier, Potez, Romano and SPCA. Company thus became responsible for development and production of LeO.45 twin-engined bomber, first flown January 1937, outstanding in many points
Sud-Est S.E.2410 Grognard
S.E.2410 Grognard
of design and much used and adapted during and after Second World War. Built also Romano trainers and LeO.43 catapult floatplane, of type first flown December 1934.
Sud-Est SE 5000 / SE 5003 Baroudeur
SE 5000 Baroudeur
In 1941 the company absorbed SNCAM. Early post-Second World War products included Languedoc four-engined airliner, developed from Bloch 161 of 1939, which entered service between Paris and Algiers
Sud-Est SE.3120 ''Alouette''
Sud-Est SE.3120 "Alouette"
in 1946, and was ordered additionally for military use. Military types in development included Grognard twin-jet attack aircraft of 1950; the unique trolley-launched skid-landing Baroudeur strike aircraft
Aerospatiale SE-210 Caravelle
SE-210 "Caravelle"
of 1953; and Mistral and Aquilon developments of the British de Havilland Vampire and Sea Venom. Especially notable original developments were the Alouette helicopter series first flown in 1951, and the rear-engined twin-jet Caravelle in 1955. Became part of Sud-Aviation.

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