Airbus to showcase defence portfolio at MSPO 2018

posted on 3rd September 2018 by Omar
Airbus to showcase defence portfolio at MSPO 2018

Airbus will showcase a comprehensive range of defence, space and security products and services at this year’s MSPO exhibition, Central Europe’s largest aerospace and defense show, which runs September 4-7.

Airbus repeated presence at this year’s show reflects the strong growth prospects and opportunities across its commercial, defense and services businesses in Poland and the region. Visitors will be welcomed to our booth #7, Hall F.

“Poland is Central Europe’s major aeropsace hub, and Airbus has enjoyed presence here for nearly 20 years,” said Sebastian Magadzio, Head of Country for Airbus Poland.

“As our product line-up and customer requirements continue to evolve, we are confident and committed to delivering enhanced capabilities to our customers while growing our regional presence.”

Airbus products are at the core of PAF pilot training with PZL 130 Orlik II Advanced and tactical transport with 16 C295 aircrat operating from Kraków Balice base.

Airbus Defence and Space product portfolio exhibited at our stand is perfectly in line with the aspirations of the Polish armed forces in regard with the recently launched modernization programmes.

The company stated: “They include specialized variants of combat-proven C295, in ISR and MPA configurations.

It is noteworthy that over 40% of the airframe structure of each and every C295 sold globally, is produced in our Airbus facility in Warsaw. A330 MRTT, the most capable new generation tanker. 29 of these combat-proven aircraft are already in operation around the world serving 12 customers scoring 57 firm orders.

Some parts of A330 MRTT airframe structures and electrical harnesses also produced in Warsaw. Earth observation  (EO) satellite system.

A customer-tailored EO programme offered by Airbus that may include ground segment, operations, training and use of the existing space industry infrastructure already developed in Poland”.