Airbus on Thursday said that it has contracted Bangalore’s Aequs Aerospace to supply over 100,000 titanium machined parts for the A320neo (new engine option) programme.
These parts will be delivered to the Airbus plant in Toulouse, France where they will be assembled onto the pylon structure, used to mount engines on the aircraft wing.
Aequs will make the parts at its aerospace machining facility at Belagavi, Karnataka. It was purpose-built to manufacture aerospace machined components for Airbus.
Airbus annual procurement from India in 2015 was over $500, up 15% on 2014. Overall, Airbus’ procurement from India has grown 16 times in the last decade. Cameron Meredith Womens JerseyShare This