When Aero India opens its gates this year from February 3 to 5 at Yelahanka Air Force Station in Banglore, Liebherr-Aerospace, as a long-standing partner of the Indian aviation industry, is expecting to receive many visitors at its stand No. A6.5/A6.7 in Hall A.
Liebherr-Aerospace displays at Aero India 2021 its capabilities in the product fields of air management, flight control, and actuation, gears, gearboxes as well as landing gear systems and electronics. One of the highlights on the stand will be a helicopter nose landing gear, which can be extended and retracted. The company presents also its wide range of customer services including full lifecycle support.
Liebherr-Aerospace offers Indian aircraft manufacturers highly integrated and engineered products in its wide range of products for up-coming aircraft projects. At Aero India, the Liebherr team will explain to potential customers what high-tech solutions are possible. In fact, Liebherr currently already supplies and maintains many components for aircraft that are built in India by the manufacturer Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL). Among them are heating and ventilation system components for the Advanced Light Helicopter (ALH) program, the cabin pressure control system for the Tejas and the flap actuation system, landing gear actuators, and the nose wheel steering system for the Dornier 228.
Furthermore, Liebherr-Aerospace products are already flying every day in India, operated by airline customers and maintained locally or within the Liebherr service center network.
“We exhibited at the last Aero India 2019, and received overwhelming response. This year, we are very excited to renew this experience. We have already received very positive feedback from customers, partners and suppliers. We are working on enlarging our footprint in India.
This footprint will encompass engineering support, manufacturing as well as customer service. In addition, we are continuing to intensify the relationship with our Indian supply base”,
explains Awibhawan Dhakharia, Head of the Liebherr-Aerospace Office in Bangalore.