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Airbus A320 family aircraft to be assembled in China's Tianjin
China's national planning agency has approved Airbus' selection of Tianjin for
the location of its A320 jets assembly line, the first outside the aircraft
maker's European base.
The assembly line will be located in the Binhai New Area (BNA) of Tianjin, a
northern port city, said the National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)
The first aircraft is expected to roll off the line in 2008 and four aircraft
will be manufactured every month since 2011, according to a cooperation
memorandum between the two sides.
The commission said that the launch of the assembly line is an important step
for the two sides to make long-term and sustainable cooperation in the sector
Aircraft manufactured by the assembly line will meet completely the standards
and crafts of its European assembly line, the commission said.
Presently Airbus is making preliminary preparations for the launch of the
assembly line and it will be the first time that single-aisle commercial
airliners are entirely produced in China.
Airbus announced its plan to launch the line in China at the beginning of this
year, and candidate cities included Tianjin, Shanghai, Xi'an in western
Shaanxi Province and Zhuhai in southern Guangdong Province.
China has just announced preferential policies for BNA, to develop it into a
research base of modern high-grade manufacturing and an international aviation
center in the north, which will provide a good platform for the development of
Airbus' assembly line.
A320 is a major single-aisle aircraft model with 150 seats, which has a great
The great potential of China's aviation market has attracted Airbus to set the
line in China, said Dr. Li Yanhua with China's Civil Aviation University.
It has been predicted that China's civil aviation sector will need more than
100 new aircraft every year. In the next 15 years, about 1,200 new aircraft
will be needed by China's civil aviation sector.
Airbus entered China's aviation market in 1985, seeing the number of its
aircraft in China up by ten times in the past ten years. For the moment,
Airbus has taken 39 percent of China's civil aviation market shares, with the
remaining 61 percent going to Boeing.