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  • 11/05Delta orders 30 additional Airbus A321s
  • 09/05IndiGo selects ATR in a deal valued at over US$ 1.3 Bn for 50 ATR 72-600 aircraft
  • 05/05India's GSLV Mark 2 rocket launched the GSAT-9 communications satellite
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  • 21/05North Korea fires off another ballistic missile - The US Navy is moving a second aircraft carrier to the Korean Peninsula
  • 20/05President Trump signs $110Bn defence deal with Saudi Arabia
  • 19/05Virgin Galactic says suborbital spaceflights are full until 2021 with 650 customers
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  • 13/05The UAE orders $2 Bn Patriot air-defence missiles including 60 PAC-3 and 100 GEM-T
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  • 19/05Virgin Galactic says suborbital spaceflights are full until 2021 with 650 customers
  • 18/05Arianespace launched a Soyuz rocket from Europe’s space center in French Guiana, carrying the electrically propelled SES-15 satellite
  • 17/05The US plans to provide Afghanistan with up to 159 refurbished UH-60A Black Hawks to replace its fleet of Russian Mi-17 transport helicopters
  • 16/05Boeing delivered the 1st 737 MAX 8 to Malaysia's Malindo Air at Boeing’s Seattle Delivery Center
  • 15/05SpaceX launched the last of telecom satellite operator Inmarsat’s 1st-generation Global Xpress satellites
  • 14/05North Korea test-launched a ballistic missile that flew for half an hour and reached an unusually 2,000 km high altitude
  • 13/05The UAE orders $2 Bn Patriot air-defence missiles including 60 PAC-3 and 100 GEM-T
  • 12/05Bombardier executive chairman Pierre Beaudoin said he intends to give up his executive role at the Canadian company June 30
  • 11/05Delta orders 30 additional Airbus A321s
  • 09/05IndiGo selects ATR in a deal valued at over US$ 1.3 Bn for 50 ATR 72-600 aircraft
  • 05/05India's GSLV Mark 2 rocket launched the GSAT-9 communications satellite
  • 05/05The Comac C919 narrowbody lifted off from Shanghai Pudong International airport marking its maiden flight
  • 22/05Boeing 737 MAX 8 enters commercial service
  • 21/05North Korea fires off another ballistic missile - The US Navy is moving a second aircraft carrier to the Korean Peninsula
  • 20/05President Trump signs $110Bn defence deal with Saudi Arabia
  • 19/05Virgin Galactic says suborbital spaceflights are full until 2021 with 650 customers
  • 18/05Arianespace launched a Soyuz rocket from Europe’s space center in French Guiana, carrying the electrically propelled SES-15 satellite
  • 17/05The US plans to provide Afghanistan with up to 159 refurbished UH-60A Black Hawks to replace its fleet of Russian Mi-17 transport helicopters
  • 16/05Boeing delivered the 1st 737 MAX 8 to Malaysia's Malindo Air at Boeing’s Seattle Delivery Center
  • 15/05SpaceX launched the last of telecom satellite operator Inmarsat’s 1st-generation Global Xpress satellites
  • 14/05North Korea test-launched a ballistic missile that flew for half an hour and reached an unusually 2,000 km high altitude
  • 13/05The UAE orders $2 Bn Patriot air-defence missiles including 60 PAC-3 and 100 GEM-T
  • 12/05Bombardier executive chairman Pierre Beaudoin said he intends to give up his executive role at the Canadian company June 30
  • 11/05Delta orders 30 additional Airbus A321s
  • 09/05IndiGo selects ATR in a deal valued at over US$ 1.3 Bn for 50 ATR 72-600 aircraft
  • 05/05India's GSLV Mark 2 rocket launched the GSAT-9 communications satellite
  • 05/05The Comac C919 narrowbody lifted off from Shanghai Pudong International airport marking its maiden flight
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ABOUT US

AeroA is an agency specialised in Aeronautics and Spatial, Defence and Security, managed by Frédéric Aragon. Aero3A groups together information, communications experts, and innovative concepts serving these areas of activity.

Aero3A Agency was launched with a major concept: SERVICE+ TV, an internet platform created especially for the Bourget and Eurosatory exhibitions permitting to the Media to download for free on one and only platform all the video and photo images of these two events.

Following the same idea as SERVICE+ TV, Aero3A developed ASDS, even more performant and proposing to journalists from all over the world the very first Media Bank of this sector.

ASDS has became from 2014, a permanent service dedicated to the Press, furthermore, companies and institutions will also be able to benefit from this utility.

ASDS is a revolution in the world of information and communications with its new concept of free diffusion of HD video images and all types of data (photos, computer graphics…), intended for TV channels and other media.

ASDS presents a few different functions, the main one being to centralise the information with its “Agenda”, “Breaking News” and “News” sections.

ASDS is now a growing stand-alone company.
 

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Aero3A est une agence spécialisée dans l’Aéronautique et le Spatial, la Défense et la Sécurité, dirigée par Frédéric Aragon. Aero3a regroupe des experts de l’information et de la communication pour développer des concepts innovants au service de ces secteurs d’activité.

L’agence Aero3A fut lancée avec un concept majeur : SERVICE+ TV, une plateforme internet crée spécialement pour les salons du Bourget et d’Eurosatory afin de permettre aux médias de télécharger gratuitement sur une seule et unique plateforme, toutes les vidéos et les photos de ces deux évènements.

Fort de son succès, Aero3A a développé ASDS dans la même lignée que SERVICE+ TV, encore plus performant et proposant à ses clients l’accès à la première media bank du secteur dédiée aux journalistes du monde entier.

ASDS est devenue à partir de 2014 un service permanent dédié à la Presse, mais également aux entreprises et aux institutionnels.

ASDS constitue une révolution dans le monde de l’information et de la communication grâce à son nouveau concept de diffusion gratuite des images vidéo HD mais aussi de tous types de données (photos, infographies, etc) destinées aux télévisions et aux médias.

ASDS présente un certain nombre de différentes fonctions, la principale étant de centraliser l’information avec ses rubriques Agenda, Breaking News et News. 

ASDS est aujourd'hui une société indépendante en plein essor.