Airbus Chooses Tata, Mahindra for Aircraft Parts

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Airbus has expanded its supply chain network by partnering with Tata Advanced Systems and Mahindra Aerospace Structures to procure aircraft parts.

Under the new contracts, the companies will manufacture metallic detail parts, components, and assemblies for Airbus’ A320neo, A330neo, and A350 programs.

This strategic move not only diversifies Airbus’s supplier base but also strengthens aerospace manufacturing capabilities in India.

Both companies are already among more than 100 India-based suppliers that provide components, engineering, and digital services for various Airbus programs.

“MASPL is privileged to be an Airbus supplier and we greatly appreciate their continued support to our growth initiatives. This award is a significant expansion of our Airbus portfolio and offers further opportunities for us to work with Airbus on performance, sustainability, and operational excellence,” said Arvind Mehra, Managing Director & CEO of Mahindra Aerostructures.

“Airbus has made ‘Make in India’ a central part of its strategy in the country. Our ambition is not only to support the growth of the Indian commercial fleet but also to grow the complete aerospace ecosystem here – and that includes developing and strengthening manufacturing and engineering capabilities from our Indian partners,” said Remi Maillard, President and Managing Director of Airbus India and South Asia.





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