Our headquarters are located in Seville, Andalusia, Spain. Andalusia, Toulouse (France) and Hamburg (Germany) are the largest industrial aviation centers in Europe.
Seville has a great aviation tradition. Many historic events in Spanish aviation took place here, such as the opening of the first regular and national postal line: Sevilla-Larache. Many great flights initiated in Andalusia, including Jesus del Gran Poder’s groundbreaking 1929 flight from Seville to Brazil, and the famous Cuatro Vientos 1933 flight from Seville to Cuba.
An important part of the Spanish aviation industry is located in the Andalusian capital. Here Hispano Aviación and the old company CASA, which is now part of Airbus, produced many original aircraft designed for use at both the national and international level.
Seville has a rich aeronautical heritage due to this history. Today, more than ever, Andalusia is one of the European hubs for aeronautical technology and industry thanks to projects like:
- The Final Assembly Line (FAL) of the A400M from Airbus Military
- Aerospace Technology Park of Andalusia, Aerópolis
- Center for Advanced Aerospace Technologies CATEC
- School of Aeronautical Engineering
- A400M Pilot Training.