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REVENUE AND EBITDA GROWTH CONTINUES. STABLE NET CASH POSITION

• Net Revenues: Euro 270.3 million (+3% on the corresponding first nine months of 2018) • Reported EBITDA: Euro 23.5 million (+5% on the corresponding first nine months of 2018) • Reported EBIT: Euro 11.7 million (-4% on the corresponding first nine months of 2018) • Net Cash...

VEGA TO LAUNCH THE ESA BIOMASS SATELLITE IN 2022

VEGA TO LAUNCH THE ESA BIOMASS SATELLITE IN 2022

Today Arianespace and the European Space Agency have announced the closing of the contract to launch the Biomass earth observation satellite with Vega. The Earth Explorer Biomass mission will provide global maps of the amount of carbon stored in forests worldwide, mainly through the analysis of...

VEGA: RESULTS OF THE VV15 ANALYSIS AND RETURN TO FLIGHT IN 1Q 2020

Avio S.p.A. announces that the Independent Inquiry Commission established on the 11th of July 2019 with the target of identifying the likely causes of the Vega launcher flight VV15 failure and to indicate an operating plan to resume flight activities, has published the results of...

THIRD 2019 ARIANE 5 FLIGHT SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED

Intelsat 39 and EDRS-C satellites orbited. The third 2019 flight (105th mission overall) of the Ariane 5 launcher took place successfully during the night of the 6th of August from the Guyana Space Center (CSG) spaceport. The European launcher correctly orbited the Intelsat 39 and EDRS-C...

START OF THE SHARE BUYBACK PROGRAM

The Board of Directors decided to assign the mandate to start the share buyback program to an independent financial intermediary, in agreement with the decision taken by the shareholders’ meeting held on the 29 of April 2019. Read...

Vega VV15

Approximately two minutes after the Vega launcher’s liftoff, shortly after ignition of the second stage (Zefiro 23), a launcher anomaly occurred – leading to the premature end of the mission. Data analyses are in progress to clarify the reasons for this failure.  An independent inquiry commission...

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