25 years of passionate involvement in aeronautics
Aeroconseil was founded in 1984 by Max Fischl. After more than 40 years of experience as a pilot, the man who flew the first A 300-B- Airbus flight in 1972 established a consulting firm which grew rapidly.

Since its creation in 1984, Aeroconseil has become an acknowledged and unique provider of aeronautical services
This is because Aeroconseil is the only company in the sector whose services cover the whole of an aircraft's life cycle, from design through to operation and possible conversion. This broad spectrum of activity sets Aeroconseil apart as a unique and original player in the aeronautics sector. This experience enables the Group to provide customised assistance to:

aircraft manufacturers for their Design Office and Customer Support activities;
systems and equipment suppliers in the various phases of system development;
airline companies, aircraft owners and lessors
maintenance centres, with expertise in programme management and modification.
Keeping an eye on the horizon
Located in the heart of the aeronautical complex in Toulouse, France, Aeroconseil has over the years made many connections among customers and partners in that industry. It has privileged access to tomorrow's talented engineers, currently studying in the region's aeronautical schools.

Today it has more than a thousand employees contributing to the success of the aeronautical sector in Europe, North America, the Pacific and the Middle East. Its local branches ensure quick, on-the-spot service for all of its aeronautical customers, all over the world.
Its employees share the same values of service, professionalism, efficiency and respect for people, with a single aim of excellence in the service of its customers.

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