HAL and Airbus Sign Contract for Establishing Civil MRO Facility
The partnership between HAL and Airbus will support the growing demand for MRO services in the country and expand the commercial fleet, especially the A320 family of aircraft.
Bengaluru/New Delhi, November 9, 2023: HAL and Airbus have signed a contract for establishing MRO facilities for A-320 family of aircraft during a function in New Delhi today. This collaboration with the largest European aircraft manufacturing company will strengthen Make-in-India mission by achieving self-reliance in the aircraft Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) industry in India. HAL intends to establish an integrated MRO services in India and seeks to provide the commercial airlines a one stop MRO solution.
Under the collaboration, Airbus will supply the A320 family tool package and offer specialised consulting services to HAL to establish MRO facility for A-320 family of aircraft. The partnership between HAL and Airbus will support the growing demand for MRO services in the country and expand the commercial fleet, especially the A320 family of aircraft.Read Also : GRSE Hosts First-Ever National-Level QCC Competition for Defence PSUs
“HAL wants to establish an integrated MRO hub in the country and provide Airlines with an effective MRO solution. This step by HAL is also aligned to civil-military convergence and Make-in-India mission of Govt. of India,” said Saket Chaturvedi, CEO (MiG Complex), HAL.Read Also : IOCL ranks top Indian Corporate in Bloomberg NEF Global Rankings 2023
Rémi Maillard, President & Managing Director, Airbus India and South Asia emphasized that Airbus is committed to grow the aviation ecosystem in India and development of a strong MRO infrastructure is a key element of this ecosystem.
The facility once established will be one of its kind in India. HAL and Airbus collaboration envisages substantial reduction in lead-time, improved turnaround time and reduction in MRO costs, thereby increasing availability of the fleet for flight operations. The MRO facility for the A-320 aircraft family would be established and ready for aircraft induction by November 2024 with required DGCA approval. In future, this Nashik facility will also be available for the entire Asian region after obtaining EASA approval in partnership with Airbus.Read Also : THDC lowers Main Inlet Valve of Second Unit in1000 MW Tehri Pumped Storage Project
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