Acquisition of Ayesa Air Control in Germany

ALTEN Group announces the acquisition of Ayesa Air Control in Germany

The ALTEN Group is strengthening its offering through the strategic acquisition of Ayesa Air Control in Germany to complete our positioning in aeronautics, defense, and space industries. This alliance is a great opportunity to strengthen the services we offer thanks to a network of specialized consultants and an expanded portfolio. By combining our expertise, we will achieve the excellence and security that these industries require.

Since its creation, Ayesa Air Control has quickly positioned itself as one of the leading aeronautical manufacturing engineering suppliers to customers such as Airbus. As part of our development strategy, we have decided to take a step forward that will open many doors and allow us to continue to grow and enhance our potential under the leadership of an international group.” Carmen Clavijo, CEO AAC.

About Ayesa Air Control

Founded in 2012, Ayesa Air Control is a joint venture between Ayesa and GSC. Ayesa Air Control provides engineering services throughout the entire lifecycle and strives for efficiency at every stage: from design to delivery and operational management. Their services include special fields such as adaptation of factories to produce new products, supporting the assembly line, delivery and flight line assistance, technological support throughout the operation, maintenance, and manufacturing stages.


Created in 1988, ALTEN supports its customers’ development strategies in the areas of innovation, R&D and technological information systems.

ALTEN works with key actors in the Aeronautics, Space, Defence, Security & Naval, Automotive, Rail & Mobility, Energy & Environment, Life Sciences & Health, Industrial Equipment & Elec­tronics, Telecoms, Banking, Finance & Insurance, Retail, Services & Media, Public Services & Govern­ment sectors.

The Group has a workforce of more than 57,000 employees operating in more than 30 countries, 88% of whom are engineers. Its 2023 turnover was €4,069 billion.