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Aircraft

C-NM5

C-NM5

A 5-seater whose cabin be repurposed for any role, the C-NM5 is a hardy, reliable aircraft, offering flexibility, fuss-free maintenance, and the ultimate in utility. Developed in conjunction with India’s National Aerospace Laboratories, it is the country’s first public-private partnership in aircraft development.

Mahindra Airvan 8

Mahindra Airvan 8

Circumnavigates the globe? Check. Rescues animals? Check. Puts out wildfires? Check. An air-ambulance or an aircraft of adventure? Check! A rugged, versatile 8-seat aircraft that carries up to 800 kilograms, the Airvan 8 does it all and more

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Mahindra Airvan 10

Mahindra Airvan 10

For those who desire more, the Airvan 10 will be made to optimize the Airvan 8’s renowned versatility and durability. It is roomier with ten seats, carries a heavier payload, and comes with a short-takeoff-and-landing (STOL) capability that will allow it to function on even more confined runways than the Airvan 8.

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Aerostructures

Aerostructures

Aero structures

With a 25000 square feet facility in Bengaluru, India that is AS9100 REV C and NADCAP certified, we supply aerospace components to tier-1 global aircraft OEMs. Backed by the Mahindra group’s expertise and emphasis on quality, we meet the most stringent of global norms and standards. As a growing supplier of airframe parts and assemblies to major aircraft OEMs and their Tier 1s, we are well poised to becoming an integral part of the dynamic global Aerospace and Defence supply chain.

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Mahindra Aerospace

Mahindra Aerospace was formed in 2008 to spearhead the Mahindra Group’s foray into the utility aircraft and aerostructures manufacturing domains. The company began with a bold and pioneering “Make in India” initiative to develop a new utility aircraft – the C-NM5 – together with India’s National Aerospace Laboratories, in a co-development effort that is the first of its kind in India. The sector received a push with the acquisition, in 2010, of two Australian companies, Gipps Aero and Aerostaff Australia which manufactured utility aircraft and aerostructures respectively. With best-in-practice operating costs and the best-in-class engineering and design teams, Mahindra Aerospace is well poised to become a leading player in the small utility aircraft and aerostructure segments

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