Mahindra Aerospace

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Mahindra Aerospace
Private
Industry Aerospace
Headquarters Mumbai,
India
Parent Mahindra Group
Website Mahindraaerospace.com

Mahindra Aerospace leads the Mahindra Group’s interests in aerospace manufacturing in India. It is headquartered in Mumbai.

In aerostructures, Mahindra Aerospace operates a 25,000 square metres (270,000 sq ft) plant near Bengaluru, India. It has comprehensive capabilities for sheet metal parts, surface treatment, and assemblies—using soft alloys at present, soon to include hard metal components capability.

With AS9100, NADCAP and numerous OEM / customer approvals, the business has ramped up steeply on production since January 2015, and is exporting parts and assemblies to customers worldwide.

The prototype Airvan in front of the Latrobe Valley Aero Club (c.1999)
A Civil Air Patrol A GA8 Airvan takes off from West Houston Airport on a mission after Hurricane Rita (2005).

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Its aircraft business in Australia produces the Airvan 8, the most capable, rugged and versatile utility aircraft in its class. Certified in 38 countries, over 200 Airvan 8s are in service.

Mahindra Aerospace is also nearing the market launch of the Airvan 10 turboprop, to extend Airvan 8 advantages to Jet A1 users.

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