Fokker Elmo to supply wiring for CSeries aircraft

  • 29-Apr-2009 12:50 EDT
Fokker Elmo signed a contract—worth up to $300 million over a 15- to 20-year period—with Bombardier Aerospace to design and supply the electrical wiring interconnection system for the CSeries aircraft family. Within the CSeries aircraft program, Fokker Elmo will be responsible for the design and production of the entire wiring and interconnection system. Additionally, the company will provide all the design and production of all flight test and instrumentation wiring required during the certification of the CSeries aircraft. The majority of the design and development effort will take place on-site at Bombardier in Montreal; manufacturing of development and flight test wiring systems will be performed at Fokker Elmo Netherlands, while the serial production is scheduled to be executed at Fokker Elmo China.
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