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The Aeronautic Sector in Andalusia

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MISIÓN INVERSA DE AERONÁUTICA: …

MISIÓN INVERSA DE AERONÁUTICA:
AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE, REPAIR & OVERHAUL (MRO)
Jerez y Sevilla, 29 y 30 de septiembre

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  • 1. The Aeronautic Sector in Andalusia
  • 2. 2
    TABLE OF CONTENTS:
    I.- Main Figures
    II.- Main Companies
    III.- Subcontractors
    IV.- Sector Organizations
    V.- Technological Infrastructures
    VI.- Present and Future Programs
    VII.- Summary
  • 3. I.- MAIN FIGURES:
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    MAIN FIGURES
    Aerospace: Strategic sector with sustained growth over the past ten years:
    • € 1,982 million turnover, 26% growth in 2010
    • 5. Andalucía account for 28.43% of the turnover at national level
    • 6. 130 companies operate in the Andalusian Aeronautical Sector
    • 7. Over 10,270 direct jobs. 13,2% growth in 2010
    • 8. One of the European leading regions in aircraft industry
    • 9. State-of-the-art infrastructures for research and advanced services
    • 10. Aeronautical clusters in Seville and Cadiz
    • 11. Strong commitment of the Andalusian Government to provide financial and technological support to enhance the competitiveness of aerospace companies
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    Since 2001 Aeronautic turnover in Andalusia grew by 211,3%: (1,982.1 M€ IN 2010) and employment has risen by 131,2% (10,278 employees in 2010)
    In 2010 Andalusia accounted for a 28,43% of the total turnover of the national aeronautical sector and remained in second place behind Madrid.
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    Aeronautic Sector by Provinces:
    130 Companies operate in the aeronautical sector in the region.
    The sector is mainly concentrated in Seville-Cadiz areas (90%).
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  • 18. II.- MAIN COMPANIES:
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    Plants: 2 in Seville and 1 in Cadiz.
    Personnel: over 2,100 people.
    Turnover: € 628 million.
    Activities: Machining, stretching, chemmiling, assembly, after sales, etc
    Plants: 1 in Cadiz.
    Personnel: over 460 people.
    Activities: Robotic facility, tail plane, assembly lines.
    Airbus Military was born in 2009 with a thought in mind: to make up the Division of Military Cargo Aircrafts and Airbus Military Corp. in Airbus.
    One of its main headquarters is in Seville, where the production process and the final assembly line of the C212, CN235, and C295 models take place in brand new facilities annexed to the FAL A400M.
    At present, Airbus Military is solely responsible for the development of the A400M program.
    The Puerto Real plant is specialized in the automated assembly of parts made of composites. Moreover, the Plant is responsible for the full equipped A380 Horizontal Stabilizer delivery to the FAL of the A380, the biggest commercial aircraft in the world: over 700 passengers.
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    Tablada
    MAIN COMPANIES
    San Pablo y
    FAL A400M
    Total Staff: 2.435
    Turnover 1300 M€
    El Puerto
    Total Staff: 465
    Turnover 127 M€
    Airbus
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    ANDALUSIAN TIER 1
    Alestis Aerospace, founded in the fail of 2009, is a first level, TIER 1, aerostructure supplier and a leader in engineering and manufacturing of composite materials that develops new projects in the sectors of engineering, design, development, manufacturing and complex aerostructure support.
    Alestis Aerospace, promoted bye the Andalusian Regional Government in its beginning, has grown to be a point of reference in the market, boasting an international presence, a diversified customer portfolio, and a global resources policy.
    Alestis has won 3 contracts with Airbus and Embraer to manufacture new passengers aircrafts. The total amount is over € 2,000 million and it is generation 1,200 direct and 4,000 indirect employments.
  • 22. III.- SUBCONTRACTORS:
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    SUBCONTRACTORS
    General Aviation
    Companies: 8
    Employment: 424
    Turnover: 70M€
    Mechanics & Equipment
    Companies: 40
    Staff: 1578
    Turnover: 141M€
    Assemblies
    Companies : 11
    Staff : 1980
    Turnover: 144M€
    Engineering & Consulting
    Companies: 27
    Employment : 585
    Turnover: 45M€
    127 Subcontractors
    7738 Employment
    551M€ Turnover
    Composites
    Companies : 2
    Staff : 163
    Turnover: 13M€
    Services
    Companies : 17
    Employment: 519
    Turnover: 33 M€
    Electric & Electronic Mat.
    Companies: 11
    Staff : 436
    Turnover: 34M€
    Test & Technical Analysis
    Companies : 11
    Employment: 201
    Turnover: 8 M€
  • 24. 13
    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    AEROSTRUCTURES
    TOOLING AND MECHANICAL ACTIVITIES
    ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC SYSTEMS
  • 25. 14
    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    COMPOSITE AND PLASTIC MATERIALS
    ENGINEERING AND SYSTEMS
    SERVICES
    ANALYS AND TESTING
  • 26. IV.- SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS:
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    SECTOR ORGANIZATIONS
    Andalusian Aerospace Cluster
    Andalusian Foundation for Aerospace Technology
    Founded in 2004, it holds the Andalusian Cluster representation having patrons from all the cluster’s stakeholders: Universities, Technology Centers, SMEs, Tiers-1, EADS, the Regional Government, Entrepreneurial Organization and Unions.
    FundaciónHelice was created to spread knowledge about the Andalusian aerospace activities in national and international forums.
    FADA (Andalusian Foundation for Aerospace Technology) is a non-profit foundation established at the end of 2007 to promote and develop the technological knowledge and transfer it to the aerospace industry by means of Applied Research activities, Technological Development and Knowledge Management
  • 28. V.- TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURES:
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURES
    Bahia de Cadiz Technology Park:
    Located in Cadiz. It is focused on new materials industry with particular attention to its application in aviation, naval and automotive industries
    • 67 hectares across the two sites
    • 30. Space of excellence
    • 31. Aeronautical and metal mechanical sectors
    • 32. Industrial units, business centres, business incubator, etc.
    Aeropolis:
    Located in Seville. It provides support and advanced services to the aviation and aerospace industry in Andalusia.
    It is considered as an excellence site to develop R+D projects and to foster business cooperation within the aerospace industry
    • 568,387 m² in area
    • 33. Space of excellence
    • 34. Exclusively for the aeronautical sector
    • 35. Industrial units, business centres, office building, etc
    CATEC
    The Advanced Technology Aerospace Center of Andalusia specialized on aerospace technology testing and R+D+I in 3 areas: structures and materials; electronics, avionics and systems and propulsion (engines and fuel). It is located at Aeropolis.
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    AEROPOLIS
    • The only technology park in Spain specialized in the aerospace industry
    • 37. Strategically located near Seville airport and the A400M FAL
    • 38. Over 55 companies already set up and running
    • 39. Well connected to transportation network
    • 40. Equipped with the infrastructure and services to satisfy the company’s requirements
    • 41. Business Centre
    • 42. Technology Business Incubator
    • 43. Headquarter of Advanced Technology Aerospace Centre of Andalusia
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    III.- AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    TECHNOLOGICAL INFRASTRUCTURES
    Atlas is a Center for Experimental Flights located in Villacarrillo, Jaen, which provides the international aeronautical community with an airfield equipped with excellent facilities and an ideal airspace for simulation with UAS
    This Center house the training for the crews of the new-generation cargo aircraft A400M and in the near future, the A330 MRTT
    Center of Excellence on Unmanned air Systems dedicated to flight-testing and experimentation of tactical and strategic middle-sized and large unmanned aircraft systems. The Center wil become operative in 2013.
    Academy Support
  • 45. VI.- PRESENT AND FUTURE PROGRAMS:
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    PRESENT AND FUTURE PROGRAMS:
    A320
    A330/340
    A380
    A350
    CURRENT PROGRAMS
    M/L MilitaryTransportAircraftsEADS CASA
    C212, CN235, C295
    B737
    B777:
    B 787
    Bombardier CRJ700
    Embraer 145
    Embraer ERJ190
    A400M
    Future programs and opportunities:
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    PRESENT AND FUTURE PROGRAMS:
    EF 2000 Typhoon
    • Right hand wing : most of the parts are made in Andalusia, machined parts, metal parts, tubing. More than 300 wings delivered.
    • 50. Slats (for the whole fleet). Made of SPF between EADS CASA Cadiz and Seville plants.
    • 51. Wing Fairings
    • 52. Landing Gear doors
    • 53. Dass Tip Pod
    • 54. Main Wing Subassemblies: Leading Edges, Trailing Edges, Main Root Rib, Apex.
    • 55. 1000 L. Tank. More than 400 tanks already delivered.
    • 56. Moron Air Base: ASTA training center, operations and maintenance
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    PRESENT AND FUTURE PROGRAMS:
    C-212, CN235, C295 EADS CASA Light and Medium Transport
    C-212
    • Only FAL made in Seville
    C-235
    • FAL, Forward Fuselage, Rear Fuselage, Horizontal and Vertical Stabilizers, Rudder and Elevators, Center Wing, Flaps, Ailerons, O.W. Leading Edge, Belly Fairing, Upper Fairing and Engine Cowlings
    C-295
    • FAL, Forward Fuselage, Rear Fuselage, Horizontal and Vertical Stabilizers, Rudder and Elevators, Center Wing, Flaps, Ailerons, O.W. Leading Edge, Belly Fairing, Upper Fairing
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    PRESENT AND FUTURE PROGRAMS:
    A400M
    • FAL including flight Test and Training Center
    • 57. Horizontal Stabilizer
    • 58. Vertical Stabilizer (only some parts)
    • 59. Elevator
    • 60. Engines Nacelles
    • 61. Flaps Fairings
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    PRESENT AND FUTURE PROGRAMS:
    Airbus Programs
    • A320: Horizontal Stabilizers, Section 18
    • 62. A330/340: Horizontal Stabilizers, Elevators, passenger doors, Section 13
    • 63. A380: Horizontal Stabilizer, Elevators, Belly Fairing, MLG doors
    Other Programs
    • B737: Rudder
    • 64. B777: Aileron and Flaperon
    • 65. B787: Horiz. Stabilizer Design, F. Torsion Box Panels
    • 66. Bombardier CRJ700: Horizontal and Vertical Stabilizers, Elevators
    • 67. Embraer 145: Engine Cowlings
    • 68. Embraer ERJ190: Central Box and winglets
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    PRESENT AND FUTURE PROGRAMS:
    Future Programs
    • A350: Horizontal Stabilizer, Elevator, Belly Fairing, Section 19.1
    • 69. A330 MRRT Boom: Andalusia participates in the 35% of the A330 A/C modification and another 14% in Boom fabrication. Actual consumers: Australia, Saudi Arabia, AEU, UK, and possible USA
    • 70. UAVs: Andalusia is working hard to obtain the new EADS Center of Excellence of UAV in Spain
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    PRESENT AND FUTURE PROGRAMS:
    UAS Capabilities:
    • Technologies validation for manned aircraft (avionics and onboard systems)
    • 71. Validation of new ATC/ATM techniques
    • 72. UAS (Unmanned Aircraft Systems) validation
    • 73. UAS applications: search and rescue, disaster and emergency management, wild fire detection and monitoring, industrial surveillance, terrain mapping…
  • VII.- SUMMARY:
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    AERONAUTIC SECTOR IN ANDALUSIA:
    SUMMARY:
    • Andalusia is the 2nd Spanish region in terms of aerospace industry and one of the main European aerospace regions. Aeronautics tradition since 1920
    • 75. It is the Spanish region that has experienced the largest growth in Spain, between 2001-2010, surpassing the national average, in terms of revenues and employment in the aerospace sector
    • 76. There is an international cluster made up of 130 companies, mainly in Seville and Cadiz
    • 77. The contractor companies are EADS-CASA and AIRBUS. The main clients are AIRBUS, BOEING, EMBRAER and BOMBARDIER.
    • 78. Alestis Aerospace is the first TIER-1 in the region, established in 2009 and promoted by the Regional Government of Andalusia
    • 79. AEROPOLIS is the only Technology Park in Spain specialized in aerospace industry. CATEC, the Advanced Technology Aerospace Centre, promotes R+D projects and knowledge and technology transfer within the sector
    • 80. Skilled labor force available to satisfy the aircraft industry. Aeronautical specialty at the Engineering School of Seville
    • 81. The Regional Government of Andalusia provides financial and technological support to enhance the competitiveness of aerospace industry. Maximum intensity of incentives permitted by EU
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    THANK YOU !!!
    Daniel Cisneros
    Aerospace Industry
    Tel.: +34 955.030.786
    dcisneros@agenciaidea.es
    www.investinandalucia.es
    Agency IDEA: Investment Promotion Directorate

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