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TAI wins Airbus contract

Posted 2 October 2017 · Add Comment

Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) has won the business from Airbus –covering the Design, Build and Supply of “Pratt and Whitney (PW) Nacelle Fan Cowl” for the bestselling A320Neo Aircraft.

The A320Neo family has two engine options, where TAI will supply the “Fan Cowls” of PW1100G-JM engines functioning to protect the jet engine from external impacts and completing the aircraft’s aerodynamic integrity. According to the contract signed with Airbus, TAI will design and manufacture A320Neo PW Nacelle Fan Cowls as sole source throughout the entire program lifetime.

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