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Safran is a technology group operating in the aviation, defense, and space markets. It offers aircraft engines and nacelles, engine equipment, landing systems, electrical systems, avionics, and engineering services, launcher propulsion and equipment, satellite propulsion and equipment, and navigation systems. The company caters to aerospace, defense, and security sectors.
HQParis, FR
Employee Ratings3.7

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Employees (est.) (Dec 2021)76,800(-2%)
Job Openings4,380
Revenue (FY, 2021)€15.1 B(-9%)
Share Price (May 2022)€98.6(+5%)
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Key People/Management at Safran

Olivier Andriès

Olivier Andriès

Safran Chief Executive Officer and Director
Ross McInnes

Ross McInnes

Chairman of the Board
Pascal Bantegnie

Pascal Bantegnie

Chief Financial Officer
Frédéric Verger

Frédéric Verger

EVP, Chief Digital Officer and Chief Information Officer
Stéphane Cueille

Stéphane Cueille

Chief Executive Officer, Safran Electrical & Power
Jean-Paul Alary

Jean-Paul Alary

Chief Executive Officer, Safran Aircraft Engines
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Safran Office Locations

Safran has offices in Paris, Ajaccio, Anglet, Antony and in 186 other locations
Paris, FR (HQ)
2 Bd du Général Martial Valin
Ajaccio, FR
Rte du Vazzio
Anglet, FR
Labinal Power Systems - 8 Avenue Marcel Dassault BP 208 Labinal Services
Antony, FR
4 Av. François Molé
Argenteuil, FR
1 Av. du Parc
Argenteuil, FR
98 Bd Héloïse
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Safran Financials and Metrics

Safran Revenue

Safran's revenue was reported to be €15.13 b in FY, 2021

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Safran's current market capitalization is €41 b.
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Safran Operating Metrics

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Narrowbody Engines Delivered Year to Date

1.77 k1.06 k1.9 k4981.03 k1.58 k2.16 k5771.12 k2.13 k

CFM56 Engines Delivered Year to Date

1.69 k3457101.08 k1.44 k3125918341.04 k1532583273915484

LEAP Engines Delivered Year to Date

77811472574591864387411.12 k4248611.32 k1.74 k272450

High-Thrust Engines Delivered Year to Date


Safran Acquisitions / Subsidiaries

Company NameDateDeal Size
NeelogyJuly 18, 2019
Zodiac AerospaceJanuary 19, 2017€8.5 b
AirtagDecember 09, 2015
Dictao SiegeAugust 29, 2014
Aerospace Propulsion ProductsMay 19, 2014
Eaton - Aerospace Power Distribution Management Solutions and ICS businessJanuary 20, 2014$270 m
Goodrich Lighting SystemsMarch 27, 2013
ColibrysJanuary 31, 2013
Safran Power U.S.A. LLCOctober 16, 2012€300 m
Cassis InternationalJuly 12, 2012
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Safran Revenue Breakdown

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Safran revenue breakdown by business segment: 49.2% from AERONAUTICS AND SPACE PROPULSION, 41.8% from AIRCRAFT PARTS, 9.7% from AIRCRAFT INTERIORS and -0.7% from Other

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Safran Cybersecurity Score

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Safran Environment, Social & Governance (ESG) Ratings

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Safran News and Updates

CFM launches new engine maintenance solution for LEAP VIP customers

May 24, 2022. Geneva – CFM International today launched CFM LEAP VIP Services, a full-coverage, concierge, flight-hour program for VIP customers operating LEAP-powered aircraft. “When considering a services package, customers seek a few key elements.

Safran rolls out software to optimize complex system design

Toulouse, May 17, 2022 – Safran Engineering Services announces the release to market of “XATIS”, its complex system design optimization software. The software is tailored to assist systems architects in reducing the number of product development cycles, thanks to Model-Based System Engineering (MBSE…

Safran Aircraft Engines selects Ansys software to support CFM RISE engine

Aircraft engine manufacturer Safran Aircraft Engines (Courcouronnes, France) will implement Ansys’ (Canonsburg, Pa., U.S.) finite element analysis (FEA) tools as an end-to-end structural and thermal simulation solution in new programs for developing next-generation aircraft engines. The integration …

Safran achieving the "Best Places to Work" certification in Tunisia for 2022

Safran, a leading company manufacturing equipment and on-board systems for aircraft and helicopters, was recently certified among the best Places to Work in Tunisia for 2022. The "Best Places to Work" certification is awarded to the best performing companies in terms of working conditions and reward…

Safran and ATR develop “Smart Lander”, a groundbreaking service to analyse hard landings

Toulouse, May 12, 2022. Safran Landing Systems, the world leader in aircraft landing and braking systems, and ATR, world’s leading regional aircraft manufacturer have developed ‘Smart Lander’, an innovative landing gear diagnostics service that uses state-of-the-art knowledge in data analysis to opt…

Extension of approval to LEAP-1A test activities

Safran Aircraft Engines had entrusted Safran Aero Boosters with a new activity on the CFM LEAP engine: MRO testing of LEAP-1A and LEAP-1B engines.
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Safran Blogs

The 2021 shareholder guide is available

Safran is pleased to provide you our 2021 Shareholder Guide. That guide will help you in your actions as a shareholder with practical informations and offer you direct access to the key data of your company.

Indigo selects CFM’s LEAP-1A engine for A320neos

MAY 21, 2021    WEST CHESTER, OH — 21 May 2021 — IndiGo today announced that it has selected CFM International LEAP-1A engines to power its fleet of 310 new Airbus A320neo, A321neo, and A321XLR aircraft. This agreement includes 620 new installed engines and associated spare engines, as well as a mul…

Safran acquires stake in SkyFive, a leading provider of high-speed broadband In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) services

Safran is pleased to announce that its fund, Safran Corporate Ventures, has invested in SkyFive as part of the company’s Series A investment round. The investment round was led by Safran Corporate Ventures together with STAR Capital, a European private equity fund manager with a track record of deve…

Safran selected to provide Landing Gear System for Bell V-280 Valor

Vélizy (France), May 6th, 2021 Safran Landing Systems has reached an agreement with Bell Textron Inc., a Textron Inc. (NYSE: TXT) company to provide the landing gear system for the V-280 Valor aircraft. Bell's V-280 Valor is a next generation tiltrotor aircraft proposed for the U.S. Army's Future Lo…

"Working at Safran makes me proud and is a personal triumph."

Siham, 39, is a woman who is very fulfilled in her job. As the head of two departments at Matis Aerospace, the Moroccan joint venture of Safran Electrical & Power and Boeing specializing in the manufacture of electrical harnesses, this accomplished manager supports her teams on the path to opera…

Q1 sales in line with recovery profile expectations in 2021

Paris, April 30, 2021   Pursuit of adaptation efforts Full-year 2021 outlook confirmed   Adjusted data Revenue at Euro 3,342 million, down (37.9)% on a reported basis Organic growth down (34.6)% across all divisions Consolidated data Revenue at Euro 3,289 million   Foreword All figures …
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Safran Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Safran founded?

    Safran was founded in 2005.

  • Who are Safran key executives?

    Safran's key executives are Olivier Andriès, Ross McInnes and Pascal Bantegnie.

  • How many employees does Safran have?

    Safran has 76,800 employees.

  • What is Safran revenue?

    Latest Safran annual revenue is €15.1 b.

  • What is Safran revenue per employee?

    Latest Safran revenue per employee is €197 k.

  • Who are Safran competitors?

    Competitors of Safran include BAE Systems, China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation and Boeing.

  • Where is Safran headquarters?

    Safran headquarters is located at 2 Bd du Général Martial Valin, Paris.

  • Where are Safran offices?

    Safran has offices in Paris, Ajaccio, Anglet, Antony and in 186 other locations.

  • How many offices does Safran have?

    Safran has 221 offices.