Robin is Awarded the French Government ‘Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant’…and another new DR401 155CDI for the UK

The ‘Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant’ (EPV; 'Living Heritage Company') was set up by the French government to distinguish French companies "with excellent artisanal and industrial enterprise”. The label is granted for a five-year period and brings together exceptional French manufacturers.

EPV-labelled companies are rigorously selected. According to the criteria for the award, the recipients are characterised by:

  • Their economic heritage;
  • Their use of rare know-how emplyoing traditional or highly technical production methods;
  • their reputation and standing.

Our congratulations to Robin Aircraft for having their creative passion, their know-how, and the achievements of their team at Darois recognised in this way!

Another new Robin DR401 155CDI for the UK

Robin DR401 155CDI

Departing Le Touquet for the second leg of the ferry flight from Darois to Elstree

 Another beautiful aircraft with a well-chosen configuration makes its debut. Flown by ferry pilot Mike Nash-Wortham in formation with Steve and Jennie Bailey of Mistral aviation, the latest Robin Aircraft DR401 155CDI heads for its home.

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