1949
1949(c) Techspace Aero-Safran

Aircraft engine division created at the Fabrique Nationale de Herstal

Military engines manufactured under OEM license

1977
1977(c)Techspace Aero-Safran

"Contract of the century" for the F16

Herstal factory built

Pratt & Whitney F100 engine manufactured and assembled

1980
1980 (c)Snecma-Safran

First design partnership agreements signed with Snecma (CFM56-5B)

1989

Snecma became the majority shareholder

1992

Name changed to Techspace Aero

Research department developed

2001
2001 (c) Techspace Aero-Safran

First partnership for the full low-pressure compressor module

2003
2003 (c)Techspace Aero-Safran

Cenco Inc. acquired and test facilities developed (Cenco International®)

2005

Snecma and Sagem merged to form Safran

2008
2008 (c)Raphaelle Widart-Techspace Aero-Safran

F100 engine maintenance activities transferred to Pratt & Whitney

2010
2010 (c) Jerome Morhet-Techspace Aero-Safran

ACI (Advance Component International Llc) acquired; aircraft engine lubrication equipment activity consolidated

2016
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Techspace Aero change his name and becomes Safran Aero Boosters.