Aero India 2015: Airbus Plans Major Presence, Job Fair

Published: 20th January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 20th January 2015 05:02 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: Airbus Group will present a wide range of products and technologies at the 10th edition of Aero India to be held from February 18 to 22 at the Yelahanka Air Force Station.

Their focus will be to highlight its strong footprint in India and commitment to the ‘Make in India’ campaign, according to a press release.  “We are enthusiastic about the ‘Make in India’ campaign and are ready to leverage our existing local partnerships and invest in new ones. Aero India offers the perfect setting to discuss our plans to make in India with various stakeholders,” Yves Guillaume, India president of Airbus Group, said.

Scale models of A380 and A320neo will be on display. “Also on exhibition will be scale models of A330MRTT mid-air refueller which has been selected by the Indian Air Force (IAF), and the C295 transport aircraft which has been offered to India, in partnership with Tata, for the Avro replacement programme,” the release said.

Two made-in-India products, a high accuracy air pressure measurement system and a structurally integrated antenna, are also going to be part of the display line-up. Both the products have been developed at the Airbus Defence and Space engineering centre in Bengaluru.

Recruitment Fair

On the last two days of the show, the group will organise a recruitment fair at its pavilion for experienced aviation engineers.


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