Aircelle starts building Hamburg, Germany integration facility for Airbus A320neo engine nacelles

9 April 2014

A symbolic first stone has just been placed for the new Aircelle (Safran) facility in Hamburg, Germany, which will assemble and deliver nacelles on Airbus A320neo jetliners equipped with CFM International LEAP-1A jet engines.

Located at Hamburg Hausbruch, this 8,000-square-meter installation situated on a 20,000-square-meter site will handle the final steps in Aircelle´s full industrial responsibility for the A320neo nacelles: integration on the engine, followed by delivery to Airbus´ A320 assembly lines in Hamburg.

To be fully operational in 2016, Hamburg will become Aircelle´s third integration site joining Toulouse, France (for nacelles that equip the Airbus A380 and A330 airliners, as well as Dassault Falcon 7X business aircraft), and Komsomolsk, Russia (for the Sukhoi Superjet 100 regional jet).

Aircelle is the second largest nacelle systems provider worldwide, and a leader globally for nacelles on top-of-the-line business jets. A subsidiary of Safran, it employs 3,500 people at seven sites in France, the United Kingdom and Morocco. Aircelle provides nacelle systems for all the market segments, from regional and business aircraft to the largest airliners. Its website is at www.aircelle.com.

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