Kourou Space Centre: Arianespace renews contracts with Telespazio until 2019

Kourou (French Guyana)  29 October 2015

Arianespace has renewed the contracts with Telespazio for the maintenance of ground systems and launch services at the space base in Kourou until 2019.

The agreement recently signed by Arianespace  and  Telespazio France continues a long history of cooperation and success between the two operators. The Telespazio group company has operated in the European spaceport in Kourou for 35 years, contributing to the success of the space operations of Arianespace.

Telespazio France is active in the launch operations of the three rockets operated by Arianespace: Ariane, Soyuz and Vega. In particular, the company carries out planning, management and maintenance of telecommunications systems and document management.

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