CFA / Compagnie Française d'Aviation
Compagnie Française d'Aviation (usually known as CFA) was a French aircraft manufacturer of the 1930s and 40s. It was established in 1936 as a division of the Salmson engine company to handle the mass-production of the Salmson Cri Cri light aircraft.
Manufacturing was interrupted by World War II, but was revived on a small scale thereafter. By 1951, their CFA D.7 Cricri Major design and its derivatives were thoroughly outdated, and the company was dissolved at this time.