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'India, Arianespace have good working relationship'

Jean-Yves Le Gall, Chairman & CEO of Arianespace is addressing a panel at World’s Space-Biz 2010, Bangalore, India.

BANGALORE (BNS): India and Arianespace have a strong working relationship and this will continue over the coming years, said, Chairman & CEO Jean-Yves Le Gall, Arianespace.

“With two additional Indian spacecraft in Arianespace’s order book, this strong working relationship is set to continue over the coming years,” the Chairman said, while addressing a panel at the ongoing World Space-Biz international conference here.

Arianespace has a long-established partnership with India – which includes 13 satellites orbited by the company for Indian customers since 1981, starting with launch of the Apple experimental spacecraft in 1981.

The Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO) has recently offered a contract to Arianespace, for the launch of its GSAT 10 communication satellite with the European launcher Ariane 5.

The company will also launch INSAT 4G communications satellite for the Indian space agency.

World Space-Biz provides a venue for players in the international space sector to discuss issues such as access to space & its commercialisation, space adventure, exploration and risk management.


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