The Aviation Equipment Holding Company, a Rostec subsidiary, should be able to begins supplying Russian-made aviation systems and components to Boeing and Airbus in 2016.
“Our goal is, starting from 2016, with our new product portfolio in place, to enter international markets, selling to companies like Boeing, Airbus and others,” CEO of Aviation Equipment Holding Company Maxim Kuzyuk said in his talk for undergraduate students at the Moscow Aviation Institute (MAI) during the International Aerospace Science Week.
According to the Aviation Equipment CEO, the holding company’s subsidiaries are currently developing state-of-the-art modular systems that can be adapted for and integrated in practically any aircraft. “We try to make our systems modular, expandable, capable of having more elements added to them. Control units must have enough channels for us to be able to provide a unified system that can be integrated into different kinds of aircraft,” Maxim Kuzyuk said.
Our goal is, starting from 2016, to enter international markets, shipping our products to companies like Boeing, Airbus
The Russian aviation industry and the Aviation Equipment Holding Company share a primary development goal: to speed up the processes of development, creation and expansion of state-of-the-art innovative product line in the industry.
The Aviation Equipment Holding Company is a Rostec subsidiary comprising 35 companies all across Russia: with some based in Moscow, the Moscow Region, Yekaterinburg, Ufa, Samara, Ulyanovsk, Omsk, the Arkhangelsk Region, and other Russian regions. The holding company’s subsidiaries engage in design and development, manufacture and after-sale service of aircraft systems and assemblies. In addition, the holding company manufactures parts and assemblies for other sectors, including oil and gas production, auto manufacturing, transportation, and electric utilities. Key partners and customers of the holding company’s subsidiaries include the United Aircraft Corporation, Russian Helicopters, the United Engine Corporation, Russian Railways, AVTOVAZ, Gazprom, airlines Aeroflot, S7, UTair, Rossiya and others.