SNCASO was a French aircraft manufacturer.
Created during 1936 as one of seven nationalised aeronautical manufacturing companies, SNCASO became a key French aircraft manufacturer following the end of the Second World War. It produced numerous innovation aircraft; amongst the company's more notable projects was the first French jet aircraft, the Sud-Ouest Triton, and the first indigenously-developed French helicopter, the Sud-Ouest Djinn.
On 1 March 1957, SNCASO merged with another French nationalised aviation company, SNCASE,, to form Sud Aviation.
Address Cours Dupré de Saint-Maur, Bordeaux 33300, France
Coordinates 44°52'16.358" N -0°33'15.604" E