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Yes, it is pretty much the most political industry there is but market size matters and the ability and willingness to leverage it matters. Airbus would never happen if the Europeans didn't subsidized and protected its market. And it wouldn't survive to export all over the world uf the European market was big enough to support it during infancy.

Airbus' share of the Chinese market in 2008 was just 15% versus Boeing's 85% when it made a decision to create the Tianjin assembly line. Today it is over 50% of China's market and going up. The size of its market gave China leverage to get the Tianjin line.

You will not see this in Mexico or any other country outside the West -- and China :D
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no we will not see it because you are a liar A-350 has its ensambly in Europe but propanga guy lies now without shame, by the way AIrbus exists because A-300 was the first twin engine to be allowed ETOPs simply was better quality than DC-10 or tristar, propaganda liar does not know B-767 allowed Boeing to compete.

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Propaganda guy is so ignorant he does not know Bombardier builds fuselages in Mexico
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Did you know that in Querétaro there is an Airbus plant, one of the most important aviation companies in the world? The unit produces thousands of doors for its aircraft and services hundreds of helicopters throughout Latin America. Forbes México paid a visit to these facilities; find out how they do it.
The producer of civil and military helicopters Eurocopter opened its plant in Querétaro, Mexico.
With an investment of 100 million dollars, the Eurocopter company inaugurated its plant in this entity, where it will produce aeronautical components.

The new center will create 200 specialized jobs, will manufacture aircraft door structures for Airbus, as well as parts for the Ecureuil AS350 helicopter, units manufactured by the firm.

In addition, said facility will house a specialized helicopter maintenance center, with which the investment could reach 500 million dollars.
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The second prototype Y-10 at COMAC's headquarters in Shanghai. It will always be remembered and will always provide inspirations through the toughest of times!
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What Shanghai Aircraft Manufacturing Plant had achieved 40 years ago in the Y-10 with little help and little resources will always be an inspiration for COMAC as it and China enters a New Age in Aviation with the C919!
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propaganda guy does not know Chihuahua is an important manufacturing center for the aerospace industry.
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The aerospace industry’s future is in Chihuahua, where advanced manufacturing and technological innovation converge, making it an industry with growing companies that are pushing the limits at every turn. Chihuahua leads the aerospace manufacturing epicenter with expansion potential due to its extensive competitive advantages as our strategic location in the middle of the US-Mexico border and value-added supply chain capabilities. Also counts with cutting-edge manufacturing processes and the highest quality standards for customer design specifications. Learn more about the benefits of growing, innovate and invest in Chihuahua’s Aerospace Industry:
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The second prototype Y-10 at COMAC's headquarters in Shanghai. It will always be remembered and will always provide inspirations through the toughest of times!
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What Shanghai Aircraft Manufacturing Plant had achieved 40 years ago in the Y-10 with little help and little resources will always be an inspiration for COMAC as it and China enters a New Age in Aviation with the C919!
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HTS in Mexico City

Our passionate team is looking for the best talent to generate innovative solutions by creating unique and sustainable ideas to deal with problems and important opportunities for Honeywell.

It is one of the 3 Honeywell's Engineering and Technology Centers that provides technology, product and business solutions.

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Alma Torres real engineer for Honeywell laughs at the ignorace of the fake chinese sexylady who is a guy yuck

Honeywell boasts its aeronautics plant in Mexicali
The Wind Tunnel that he installed last year is already testing turbines for Boeing.

Mexican engineers and technicians collaborate in the Honeywell complex in Baja California, who contribute to the development of aeronautical products. Only 350 Mexican engineers collaborate in the Engineering Center, the state government specified.
 

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So we are expecting very soon the drawings (SARAS MK II) to be released and one year down the line, we expect that once the drawings are released, progressively we will start our manufacturing process and sometime next year (2024), we should have the components coming together and we are then able to essentially roll out the aircraft (prototype) and once that is complete, then the flight testing part will start

Regarding funds according to u that 6000crs was solely for mk2 program
No sane institution will spend more than that on a 19 seater plane and moreover many of the designing and baseline being proved on mk1
Point is this 6000crs was for revival of mk1 + orders for 15 lsp by iaf which haven't been signed + design and development
It doesn't include funds for prototyping and production that will be given post drawings being released to govt or cdr being completed
They faced shortage of 100crs in design and development of mk2 due to which they went yo govt but it's unknown they were given or not
Atleast even after cost overruns delays tech building hal have delayed products
But NAL has been failed many institutions be it iaf govt or itself
I hope soem change prevails
let me explain you my opinion with this car

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This is the Vekstar Stellar model, acquired, developed and assembled in Mexico, the latest launch of Moldex, a subsidiary of Grupo Bimbo, which has been assembling electric delivery vehicles since 2013.

Now similarly to C919 bimbo buys it for it self

MEXICO – Grupo Bimbo, the world’s largest bakery company, announced the acquisition of one thousand and one electric delivery vehicles for its fleet in the country, which will be divided into 500 units for Bimbo’s distribution tasks and 501 for Barcel Mexico.


What are the chances it is build in hundred of thousands? o even millions?

The reality is not the technology but the investment, products need to be so good that recover the imvestment quickly, Moldex is designing it in Mexico however compete with Nissan or Volkswagen is not easy, same is for C919, Airbus has made close to 10000 A-320 and has all the capacity to deliver good service to the sold aircraft.

Is not the technology but sell it, India or China can achieve make an airliner but the investment is huge and you need to recover it.

SSJ-100 was sold in Mexico, the airliner was happy with the jets but Russia did not have good after sales logistic so at the end it was a failure.
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the after sales infrastructure was the main reason A-220 is Airbus product now.

Since making aircraft is expensive recovering the investment is the most important part.

The Netherlands is a tiny nation but can develop aircraft
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Fokker 100 VH-FKK (c/n 11379) at Perth, WA in October 2012 (David C Eyre)
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The Netherlands

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Short to medium range commercial airliner

POWER PLANT:
Two 15,000 lbst Rolls Royce RB183-03 Tay Mk 650 turbofans


So I will simply say any nation if they want they can get the technology, this includes China, India, Turkey, Argentina or Mexico the problem is being successful in sales so a new generation of aircraft can be designed, Brazill with Embraer is the only latin American nation to have succeed. but in the past Argentina tried and Mexico tried civil aerospace is expensive

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this was our attempt the Aura from the 1950s but we fail, it was obsolete and the investment was not enough so it was lost.
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Argentina tried with the I.Ae-35 HUANQUERO in the 1940s but the aircraft had a very small production, it was not successful



Can china succeed? I guess they could, can you succeed yes you can but it is not easy, so smaller nations like mine we decided to be suppliers and design small aircraft at the moment, but we are making money, so joint ventures are to reduce the risk of failure but civil aviation is safety sales and quality, and get there is very hard. but not impossible
 
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This opinion piece in the Financial Times is trying to put a scare into Airbus and possibly trying to dissuade it from partnering so closely with China :D

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The basic premise is correct, the number of orders will make COMAC a success in China.

But I find it unlikely that Airbus will need to worry. And Airbus shouldn't especially putting in the second line in Tianjin.

COMAC will eat into Boeing's share not Airbus'. Airbus had become a de facto second home company in China.

You will not see this anywhere else outside the West -- and China. Not Brazil, not Japan, not Mexico! And China appreciates it ;)
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This opinion piece in the Financial Times is trying to put a scare into Airbus and possibly trying to dissuade it from partnering so closely with China :D

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The basic premise is correct, the number of orders will make COMAC a success in China.

But I find it unlikely that Airbus will need to worry. And Airbus shouldn't especially putting in the second line in Tianjin.

COMAC will eat into Boeing's share not Airbus'. Airbus had become a de facto second home company in China.

You will not see this anywhere else outside the West -- and China. Not Brazil, not Japan, not Mexico! And China appreciates it ;)
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the first step of a lie is not address things, second step change wording however a liar is a liar and liars want to believe their lies, but a lie is a lie

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aircraft cabin

let us go to the definition

An aircraft cabin is the section of an aircraft in which passengers travel.


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now let us go to the original airbus article


Located at the same site as the Airbus Tianjin A320 Family Final Assembly Line and the Airbus Tianjin Delivery Centre, the widebody C&DC covers the aircraft completion activities, including cabin installation, aircraft painting and production flight test, as well as customer flight acceptance and aircraft delivery.

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So here is what shows your personality traits never admit mistakes this shows moral dishonesty, since you say A-350 was made in China which is a lie, Airbus aircraft are assembled from parts from Europe and there you try to twist wording, so now the liar claims China has A-350 assembly line and as a good liar keeps lying until fools think he is right

Airbus has started final assembly of the first A350-1000 on schedule at the A350 XWB Final Assembly Line (FAL) in Toulouse, France.

Airbus has the A-350 assembly line in France



however the CCP troll can not accept reality but there is a thing a lie never is reality or truth

The first thing that it is important to understand about the A350 (and indeed Airbus planes in general) is its multinational nature. Airbus explains that these highly efficient jetliners are put together at one of its Final Assembly Lines (FALs) in Toulouse, France. Airbus has four FALs there, with the remaining five in Germany, China, the US (two), and Canada.

Indeed, as the company details in the clip above, different components come from different Airbus facilities throughout Europe.

These are located in Broughton (UK), Bremen, Hamburg (both Germany), Getafe (Spain), Saint-Nazaire/Nantes (France), and Toulouse itself. Airbus uses its famous 'Beluga' outsize freighters to transport components from across Europe to its Toulouse assembly lines.

An A350's assembly begins at Station 59 in the type's dedicated FAL at Airbus's Toulouse factory. This is where pre-installed fuselage modules arrive from Hamburg and Nantes. Here, they are fitted with what are known as 'cabin monuments.' This is an umbrella term for units inside the aircraft such as galleys, bathrooms, and even bars.
Here, the aircraft receives its engines. These are not made by Airbus, but instead are Trent XWB powerplants from UK manufacturer Rolls-Royce. The cockpit is also furnished at this point, with aspects like seats being fitted. Overall, a lot of work goes into assembling an A350, but the end product, a beautiful and modern aircraft, is well worth the effort.


However, the location in which the European planemaker assembles its modern widebody twinjets does not tell the full story. Indeed, as the company details in the clip above, different components come from different Airbus facilities throughout Europe.
These are located in Broughton (UK), Bremen, Hamburg (both Germany), Getafe (Spain), Saint-Nazaire/Nantes (France), and Toulouse itself. Airbus uses its famous 'Beluga' outsize freighters to transport components from across Europe to its Toulouse assembly lines.
Airbus, which is known for its 'Beluga' freighter, has no plans for supersonic aircraft. Photo: Getty Images
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The newest assembly line
With production of the double-decker A380 having been canceled, the A350 has become something of a flagship design for Airbus. As such, it is no surprise to find that the FAL in which these XWB (eXtra Wide Body) Series are put together is the company's newest. Airbus unveiled this modern facility in 2012. The manufacturer explains:
"Designed to have the lowest environmental footprint of any final assembly line ever built by Airbus, this 72,000 square metre, L-shaped facility houses the initial stages of final assembly, involving the join-up of fuselage and wings."
Airbus unveiled the FAL dedicated to the assembly of A350s in 2012. Photo: Airbus
It isn't just the building itself that takes Airbus to the next level in terms of creating a modern working environment. Indeed, the way in which the work in this FAL is done also represents the height of efficiency. New methods, including a "streamlined aircraft assembly process," mean that teams can work in parallel, giving time savings of approximately 30%.


An environmental focus
The A350 offers environmental advantages over older widebodies. As such, it makes sense that this would also be reflected in its assembly building. Indeed, through the use of aspects like photovoltaic solar panels on the facility's roof, the FAL building is, as Airbus proudly details, "capable of producing the equivalent of more than half of its own energy."
An A350's forward fuselage module is offloaded from an Airbus Beluga. photo: Qatar Airways via Flickr
The FAL's green status extends beyond the use of renewable energy. Indeed, the very materials with which it was constructed also had a sustainable focus. In total, around 10,000 cubic meters of recycled material were used to bring the new FAL to life.

Starting at Station 59
An A350's assembly begins at Station 59 in the type's dedicated FAL at Airbus's Toulouse factory. This is where pre-installed fuselage modules arrive from Hamburg and Nantes. Here, they are fitted with what are known as 'cabin monuments.' This is an umbrella term for units inside the aircraft such as galleys, bathrooms, and even bars.
The forward fuselage of a Qatar Airways A350 enters the FAL with the help of a ground transporter. Photo: Qatar Airways via Flickr
After this, the fuselage modules, now fitted with the necessary cabin monuments, are taken around to Station 50. This is a key location in the assembly process, as it is where the A350's main fuselage are components are joined up as it begins to take shape.

There are two key joins to be made at this point. These occur at either end of the central fuselage module, which is connected to the forward and aft modules to form a complete fuselage. It is then taken away as a single entity on a transporter.
Two fuselage modules from a Qatar Airways A350 prepare for joining. Photo: Qatar Airways via Flickr

What's next?
With the fuselage as a whole now intact, the transporter vehicle then transfers it to Station 40 at the A350 FAL. Having entered this area as a complete fuselage, Airbus then attaches the wings to the aircraft. These components are 32 meters long and six meters wide. They are manufactured at Airbus's UK factory in Broughton, Wales.
An A350's wings have one of the longer journeys to Toulouse, flying in from Wales. Photo: Airbus
Station 40 also sees various smaller (but still vital) components attached to the rear of the increasingly complete aircraft. These include the horizontal and vertical tailplanes, and the tail cone. The first electrical power-on also takes place at this stage.
An Ethiopian A350 during the process of having its vertical stabilizer attached. Photo: Airbus
Further forward, the aircraft's pylons are attached to the now connected wings. These components have the shortest journey, having been made in Toulouse itself. The final component to be attached at Station 40 is the main landing gear.


Finishing the job
With the landing gear attached, the growing A350 now moves to Station 30 for indoor ground tests. Cabin customization also takes place at this stage. Whether it's a high-density French bee A350 or one of Singapore Airlines' sparsely-populated A350-900ULRs, airlines always want an interior product that suits whatever their business model may be.
Piecing together an A350 is a job that demands significant attention. Photo: Qatar Airways via Flickr
Next, the A350 moves on to Station 18 for outdoor ground tests, before hitting the paint shop to be adorned with the livery of its customer. The final stages of the assembly process take place at station 20 of the A350's dedicated and suitably modern FAL.

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This opinion piece in the Financial Times is trying to put a scare into Airbus and possibly trying to dissuade it from partnering so closely with China :D

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The basic premise is correct, the number of orders will make COMAC a success in China.

But I find it unlikely that Airbus will need to worry. And Airbus shouldn't especially putting in the second line in Tianjin.

COMAC will eat into Boeing's share not Airbus'. Airbus had become a de facto second home company in China.

You will not see this anywhere else outside the West -- and China. Not Brazil, not Japan, not Mexico! And China appreciates it ;)
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Before Xiaomi came to market, nobody believes the smartphone should be as low as USD300. Before Shenzhou came to market, nobody believes the Notebook should be as low as USD400.

A single type-c cable in Shenzhen Huaqiangbei is $0.75, same from Amazon.com is $5.17.


People from unindutrilized nations don't know how much money they paid for irrational profit for western brands. Maybe after deliver 1000 C919, the price should be 30% down, a plane shouldn't as expensive as $100 millions.

Just like Benz, its initial price seems reasonable as luxury brand, but if you want maintainance, its Parts-to-Whole Price Ratio is 800%, but local luxury brand like Nio is only 400%;

People from nation without big market and political independence won't have a single chance to enjoy it. They don't even realize it. Their government were busy on fighting catel, let alone the independent industry policy.
 

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This opinion piece in the Financial Times is trying to put a scare into Airbus and possibly trying to dissuade it from partnering so closely with China :D

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The basic premise is correct, the number of orders will make COMAC a success in China.

But I find it unlikely that Airbus will need to worry. And Airbus shouldn't especially putting in the second line in Tianjin.

COMAC will eat into Boeing's share not Airbus'. Airbus had become a de facto second home company in China.

You will not see this anywhere else outside the West -- and China. Not Brazil, not Japan, not Mexico! And China appreciates it ;)
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Jet Intel's take on the article.

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COMAC will become a big challenge just by growing in China.

Airbus will continue with its share in China while COMAC replaces Boeing.

If airliners are determined by economics then Airbus will always collaborate more tightly with China because of the market.

You will not see this in places like Angola or Mexico, for example, because of their small market ;)

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Before Xiaomi came to market, nobody believes the smartphone should be as low as USD300. Before Shenzhou came to market, nobody believes the Notebook should be as low as USD400.

A single type-c cable in Shenzhen Huaqiangbei is $0.75, same from Amazon.com is $5.17.


People from unindutrilized nations don't know how much money they paid for irrational profit for western brands. Maybe after deliver 1000 C919, the price should be 30% down, a plane shouldn't as expensive as $100 millions.

Just like Benz, its initial price seems reasonable as luxury brand, but if you want maintainance, its Parts-to-Whole Price Ratio is 800%, but local luxury brand like Nio is only 400%;

People from nation without big market and political independence won't have a single chance to enjoy it. They don't even realize it. Their government were busy on fighting catel, let alone the independent industry policy.
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Fentanyl from China Chinese goverment the biggest cartel


Funny is understandable the Americans are upset at the Chinese narco state they use american technology to try to keep Boeing out of business

The C919 is the product of state-backed Commercial Aviation Corp of China (COMAC) which began developing the jet 15 years ago to rival Airbus SE's A320neo and Boeing Co's 737 MAX single-aisle jet families.

The planemaker expects annual production to reach 150 C919 jets within five years, domestic media reported in January.

Though assembled in China, the C919 relies heavily on Western components, including engines and avionics, from firms including General Electric Co, Safran SA and Honeywell International Inc.



As for the design of parts, components and/or turbines in Mexico, the leading companies are Honeywell, with its centers in Chihuahua and Mexicali, and GE and ITP in Querétaro, which SNECMA might join in the near future.
Quality Control Operations as well as Engineering. HCMO (Honeywell Chihuahua Manufacturing Operation) is one of the most advanced machining operations in the Aerospace industry. It features a start of the art Blade Manufacturing cell as well as numerous highly advanced Aerospace machining cells. The site manufactures a number of parts for Aerospace Engine and APUs including Engine assembly ducts, gears and shafts, blade manufacturing, impellers, nozzles, disks, stators, seals, nozzle segments, etc.

General Electric GEIQ is the largest Global Engineering Center for GE Aviation and the second for GE Energy. The center achieved a signiicant expansion in 2011, hiring more than 240 engineers and designers and enabling the center to ramp up sales to US $80 million for the year. Some of the areas of specialization include Mechanical, Electric, Controls and Software Engineering. In Aviation, GEIQ engineers participate today in the design of the new generation of aircraft engines, including the successful GEnX or the new LEAP-X. It also provides support to existing engines, such as the CFM56, in the areas of production, redesign and operation. In Energy they focus on diverse technologies ranging from steam and wind turbines, to generators or gas turbines, being in charge of Services for Latin America and also supporting local projects such as the installation and set up of GE turbines in Tamazunchale and Manzanillo.


C-919 has Mexican designed parts by GE and Honeywell:rofl:
 

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Jet Intel's take on the article.

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COMAC will become a big challenge just by growing in China.

Airbus will continue with its share in China while COMAC replaces Boeing.

If airliners are determined by economics then Airbus will always collaborate more tightly with China because of the market.

You will not see this in places like Angola or Mexico, for example, because of their small market ;)

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Hello liar do you have problems of understanding A-350 is made in Europe the Chinese delivered A-350 only was painted there, got its cabin and was delivered to the Chinese customer but you want to believe your lies, and repeats it thinking a lie becomes a truth by repeating it, remember liar a lie is a lie

3. The Aernnova Project in Mexico16 The irst version of the NFP also mentioned the investment project announced by Aernnova, which is now a reality. The Aircraft Structures plant in Querétaro, has a production area of close to 129 acres (12,400 sq meters) focused on assembling large fully equipped aerostructures as fuselage sections, wings, stabilizers, among others, and prepare them for their direct integration into the customer’s inal assembly line. The plant currently assembles aircraft structures for companies like Embraer, Bombardier and Sikorsky. This plant has full management responsibility for the aerostructures produced, which allows it to address the assembly activities and taking responsibility for the engineering, management of the supply chain, and development and approval of the supply chain suppliers. The metal component plant in Querétaro also produces metal parts and machining technology and fully inished aeronautical parts ready for integration into the assembly plant structure lines. The Aernnova project in Querétaro called for a US $84 million investment and created 1,070 jobs (810 workers and 260 specialized technicians, engineers and managers). Aernnova has also presented its plans to open a carbon iber components (Composites) manufacturing plant and the creation of a Center for Aerospace Design Engineering (structures and systems). With these investments the Aernnova project in Mexico will reach US $134 million, creating 1,624 jobs, of which 320 are engineers and graduates. These projects foster investment, job creation and especially encourage technology transfers in engineering and manufacturing processes while also encouraging productive ecosystems for regional development through new suppliers, adding new design capabilities, the manufacturing of components and the development of higher value-added products.


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the Mexican lady says that lazybones fake Chinesesexylady says many lies, A-350 is built in Europe and me here making some parts for aircraft OEM in queretaro
 

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Good, it's globalization. The point is China and India have political indepence, trying to harvest as much as possible, not been harvested by internaitonal capital. Lesson learned by S.America, especially from Mexico.
too much fantasy, of the Chinese living in the USA, globalization means any nation can develop technology, working for American companies also is no reason to shame, they pay us, second Mexican designers work for even projects like C919 via these companies which proves all nations have talent, and third we do have aircraft designed by our own.

I never said China will not have an aerospace industry, I am just telling you it is not limited to a few nations, I will explain you in simple words, C-919 has leap engines with parts made by AT-engine a Mexican-German joint venture, but we have bikes made in Mexico with Chinese components, does it mean we can not design things? no Moldex designs the engine of our electric vehicles.

Do you have Narcos in China ye you do, do we have them in Mexico yes we do, do you have poverty yes you do, do we have poor yes we do, when you realize we are humans with nations with similarities and defects and virtues you will stop your stupid propaganda that only China can do this and you can not do that.

I know perfectly India or China will become industrial powers but you are dreaming every one will advance, because that is globalization all about all of us are connected and we need to cooperate otherwise war will affect us
 
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Good, it's globalization. The point is China and India have political independence, trying to harvest as much as possible, not been harvested by internaitonal capitals. Lesson learned by S.America, especially from Mexico.
Yes, the airliner industry is globalized but at the same time, the assembly lines and finishing stations are VERY limited. Those are leveraged by market size.

So you will not anything see like this in Mexico!
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Yes, the airliner industry is globalized but at the same time, the assembly lines and finishing stations are VERY limited.

So you will not anything see like this in Mexico!
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are you trying to hipnotize us? fool, repeat after me my lie A-350 was build in China my lie if I repeat it might become a true statement, moron the A-350 delivered by China was just customized for delivery to the Chinese customer posting the same picture is propaganda but propaganda is not true so your lies are lies and that makes you just a liar and a dishonest person, a real wierdo

A-350 has only one FAL or final assembly line in France no where else
 

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Yes, the airliner industry is globalized but at the same time, the assembly lines and finishing stations are VERY limited. Those are leveraged by market size.

So you will not anything see like this in Mexico!
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Strong machinery & equipment industry will ensure China keep on uograding C919 and C929 after the these platforms get launched.

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Lots international brands on the table are also suppliers for C919.
 

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Strong machinery & equipment industry will ensure China keep on uograding C919 and C929 after the these platforms get launched.

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Lots international brands on the table are also suppliers for C919.

When you have an industry and the platforms, you will inevitably upgrade both the platforms AND the industry.

China has secondary domestic suppliers for almost every subsystem on the C919, including multiple engine options in development:
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The hardest part is getting started with the industry. So China partnered with both Airbus and Boeing (until the geopolitical situation changed) for the plants in Tianjin and Zhoushan.

Those lines and finishing stations are exceedingly rare and China is the only one outside the West to have them. They are in China as a function of leverage inherent in the size of the Chinese market.

You will not see this in Argentina or Mexico! ;)
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China not only has its own civilian airliner (ARJ-21, C919, C929) and civilian engine (CJ1000, CJ2000, CJ500, AEF-1300) industries but it also collaborates with Airbus and other global aviation giants to an extent that is unmatched in any other non-Western country!


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Besides Tianjin, Safran Nacelles is only located in Toulouse, France, Hamburg, Germany, and Mobile, Alabama, United States (US) where Airbus have their production lines.

You will not see this in Brazil, Chile or Mexico even though Safran and Airbus subcontract from those places too ;)
 

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When you have an industry and the platforms, you will inevitably upgrade both the platforms AND the industry.

China has secondary domestic suppliers for almost every subsystem on the C919, including multiple engine options in development:View attachment 209645
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The hardest part is getting started with the industry. So China partnered with both Airbus and Boeing (until the geopolitical situation changed) for the plants in Tianjin and Zhoushan.

Those lines and finishing stations are exceedingly rare and China is the only one outside the West to have them. They are in China as a function of leverage inherent in the size of the Chinese market.

You will not see this in Argentina or Mexico! ;)
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a liar who lies say there is a A-350 line A fal in China the loser can not prove but lies thinking the Final assembly line of A-350 China will exist just by lying, liar liar
 

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