Founded at Chartres by Robert Savary. Was building biplanes in 1910. Won order for three aircraft after military trials in 1911. In February 1913 Joseph Frantz established time-to-height record on Savary biplane with Salmson engine, carrying five passengers, but prewar output was ten machines only. In 1915 Robert Savary was associated with Henri de la Fresnaye in forming a joint company to build Nieuport fighters. No aircraft built after First World War.