iMAGinative and essential

Highlights


October 2013

Acquisition of Bell Helicopter 525 interiors contract

October 2013

Trials of the innovative AFCS system for the Ministry of Defense - Armaereo

November 2013

Acquisition of the Airbus Helicopters X4 interiors contract

November 2013

New organization and creation of the AS (Aicraft Services) business line

December 2013

Acquisition of the FFC Airbus Helicopters X4 contract

December 2013

Appointment of MAG's Board of statutory auditors for 2013/14 - 2015/16

January 2014

TC and BAA certification of the Bell Helicopter 429 with MAG retractable landing gear

January 2014

Go-live of the parent's new Infor 10 LN system

February 2014

Heli-expo 2014 in Anaheim (USA) - Presentation of MAGnificent interiors with Bell Helicopter

March 2014

RedDot Award for the Bell MAGnificent Helicopter 429 VVIP interiors

March 2014

Delivery of the first prototype of the Bell 525 landing gear

April 2014

Private rating by CRIF - Credit Rating Agency

April 2014

Delivery of the first Gulfstream P42

May 2014

Delivery of the VVIP AW 101 interiors (Saudi Arabia)

May 2014

EBACE 2014 Geneva (Switzerland) - Partecipation with the Lombardy Aerospace District

June 2014

Acquisition of FFC Bell Helicopter 505

June 2014

Closure of the UK branch for AW101 project

July 2014

ITP obtained for AW 189 VIP

August 2014

The Hanwha LAV's first flight with MAG landing gear

August 2014

Opening of a new site in Laval (Quebec), Canada

September 2014

ITP for the AW 139 VIP restyling

September 2014

Completion of the first asphalt section (500 meters) on the airstrip

In line with its characteristics, size and history, MAG has always gathered and processed data on its own sustainability, initially on an intuitive basis and now in a more structured fashion.

2006/2007

Implementation of the organizational and control model pursuant to Legislative decree N. 231/2001

2008/2009

Implementation of the MAG group's corporate governance model

2011/2012

Publication and disclosure of MAG group's code of conduct

2013/2014

Preparation of the first prototype for MAG group's combined report
  • The Actuation and Landing Systems business line offers primary (safety critical) technological systems.


    Revenue (millions of Euros): 69,6
    Operating sites (N.): 2
    Employees (N.): 282

    - Actuation and Landing Systems (ALS)
  • The Cabin Comfort Systems business line consists of technological/functional cabin comfort systems co-designed with OEMs in the initial development stage of a new aircraft, when the cabin can be significantly engineered to meet the customer’s needs in a more targeted and effective manner.


    Revenue (millions of Euros):  42,1
    Operating sites (N.): 1
    Employees (N.): 152

    - Cabin Comfort Systems (CCS)
  • The Aircraft Services business line offers services for aircraft that OEMs have already developed. Its aim is to offer a complete range of services to give end customers or operators a customised aircraft that meets the requirements of their specific mission.


    Revenue (millions of Euros): 19,1
    Operating sites (N.): 3
    Employees (N.): 87

    - Aircraft Services (AS)

Leveraging our background as an OEM, we combine technology with design and style to be the partner of choice and the problem solver for our customers in the helicopter, trainer and B&GA market.