Airbus plans to set-up assembly line and supplier hub in India. One more impact of Make In India on world stage #Hindustan360


Airbus plans to set-up assembly line and supplier hub in India. One more impact of Make In India on world stage. Airbus Group SE is a European multinational aerospace and defence corporation. Head quartered in Toulouse, France, the group consists of the three business divisions Airbus, Airbus Defence and Space, and Airbus Helicopters. Airbus have marked revenue of €64.45 billion approximately USD$67 Billion in Financial Year 2015. This is the highest sourcing ever by any aerospace and defence original equipment maker from India, Airbus said.

“Over 6,000 people at more than 45 suppliers, both public and private sectors are directly engaged in providing Engineering and IT services, Aero structures, detail parts and systems, Materials and Cabins to the group for several of its leading platforms including A380, A350 XWB, A320 Family, A330, C295W, A400M, Eurofighter, Tiger and NH90. Today, every Airbus commercial aircraft being produced is partly made-in-India,” Airbus said in a statement. View more at #Hindustan360 .

What does media says
We have bid for C295W medium transport aircraft as a replacement for IAF’s Avro fleet. If selected, together with Tata, we will set up a C295W final assembly line in India and a supplier base to feed it. We have also partnered with Mahindra for helicopter manufacturing in India. We are already laying the groundwork and are readying ourselves for fast-track implementation in case the government accepts our proposals. On Euro-fighter, we have moved on and put the campaign in India behind us.
[source – Economic Times]

To highlight its “Make in India” footprint and what makes it India’s aircraft of choice Hyderabad, 10 March 2016 Airbus will make its presence felt at India Aviation 2016 being organized in Hyderabad from 16-20 March. Visitors to its stand (# 9) in Hall A will find scale models of the A380 (the world’s most spacious and quiet passenger aircraft), the A350 XWB (the latest generation airliner available on the market today) and the A320neo (the world’s best selling and most fuel efficient single aisle aircraft) on display besides detailed information on Airbus’ entire product portfolio.
[source – Airbus Group]

By 2030, China will have almost tripled its gross domestic product (GBP), India will have overtaken Japan as the world’s fourth biggest economy, and the UK’s GDP will be lagging behind Brazil’s. So says data from the US Department of Agriculture, who have published their projections of each country’s GDP for the next 15 years.
[source – Indian Express]

Airbus said on Monday each of its aircraft is partly “made in India” as the European aircraft major exceeded the $500 million annual procurement mark from India in 2015. The group now aims to cross $2 billion in cumulative sourcing, covering both civil and defence, in five years up to 2020. Airbus said it has offered to build the C295W military transport aircraft in India along with Tata Advanced Systems and formed a partnership with Mahindra Defence to manufacture military helicopters locally.

Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) makes half of the entire A320 family forward passenger doors produced worldwide. Dynamatic Technologies makes flap track beams for the A320 family on a global single source basis and was given the contract last year to manufacture them for the A330 family. Mahindra Aerospace is on contract from Premium Aerotec, an Airbus Group company, to supply more than a million aero-components per year.
[source – India Times]

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