Horizon Aerospace wins Boeing contract to maintain VVIP Boeing 737 fleet – Times of India

NEW DELHI: Horizon Aerospace has received a contract with Boeing for the upkeep, restore and overhaul (MRO) of three key Boeing defence platforms in India — the P-8I operated by the Indian Navy, the C-17 Globemaster and VIP B737 transport fleet operated by the Indian Air Pressure. Horizon says this strategic collaboration goals to develop capabilities in India within the areas of wheels and brakes MRO of IAF and Navy maintainers.
Horizon Aerospace group president (defsys resolution) Per Smedegaard mentioned: “The collaboration with Boeing strengthens and enriches our current relationship. The improved collaboration underscores the rising worldwide recognition for Horizon’s capabilities within the aerospace and defence area. We’re proud to companion with Boeing and excited, to have been chosen to work with them on such prestigious and demanding initiatives that construct in addition to take a look at India’s indigenous MRO capabilities.”
Horizon Aerospace (India) has been part of the SAFRAN SPOT community, and part of ECOSERVICES (Pratt & Witney & S. T Aerospace JV) networks.
Boeing India director (provide chain administration Ashwani Bhargava mentioned: “This collaboration enriches our partnership with Horizon Aerospace, brings them aboard our Boeing India Restore Growth and Sustainment (BIRDS) hub initiative, and is a vital milestone as we proceed to develop supplier-partner collaboration in India, for India. It is going to assist us in our objective to generate worth for our defence clients regionally via sooner turnaround, distinctive operational functionality and readiness on Boeing plane.”

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