Chongqing Tianjiao Aviation Power Industry Base
With an investment of RMB 20 billion, the Project has introduced advanced aero-engine R&D and manufacturing technologies, which will help to have the helicopters, ground turbines, aeronautical materials and other industries settled in the Liangjiang New Area. It will become an industrial base for aero-engine with an annual output of RMB 100 billion in the future. The Project will develop the ability of sustainable independent research and development of aero-engines, and of batch production and maintenance of multi-series aero-engines and auxiliary products with sound system and complete supporting facilities, greatly improving the aero-engine production in China and the high-end equipment manufacturing and regional comprehensive strength of Chongqing.
Pilatus Aircrafts Industry (China) Project
With an investment of US$ 400 million, this Project has introduced Swiss Pilatus, the largest single-engine turboprop aircraft manufacturer in the World, to build the Pilatus PC-6 global production line and the PC-12 Asia Pacific production line. After the production lines reach the design capacity, they will form an annual production capacity of 150 Pilatus aircrafts, and bring the aircraft engines, avionics and other related supporting industries to settle in Liangjiang New Area. In 2016, the first PC-6 aircrafts re-assembled in Chongqing successfully completed the test flight
Chongqing General Aviation Group Co., Ltd.
Chongqing General Aviation Group Co., Ltd. (formerly Chongqing Helicopter Industry Investment Co., Ltd.) was established in 2011 with a registered capital of RMB 3 billion. Its shareholders include Chongqing Machinery & Electrics Holding (Group) Co., Ltd., Chongqing Yufu Assets Management Group Co., Ltd., Chongqing Liangjiang Investment Group, Yinhai Leasing Co., Ltd. and Chongqing Foreign Trade and Economic Cooperation (Group) Co., Ltd. In 2012, after purchasing the US-based Enstrom Helicopter, it settled in the Liangjiang New Area. At present, it has basically formed a layout of helicopter industry chain of R&D and manufacturing, general aviation operations, flight training, marketing, and service support.
Aeronautical Material Project
The Project is a R&D and manufacturing base of aeronautical titanium alloys invested by Chongqing Jinshili Titanium Industry Co., Ltd. with an investment of RMB 2.4 billion. After the base reaches its design capacity, it will have an annual output of approximately RMB 3 billion. It mainly develops and manufactures titanium alloy materials, forgings, and other metal materials for aviation and gas turbines. The Project will guarantee the supply of titanium alloys for high-end aerospace and gas turbines in China, and help to reach the world level in aero-engines, aircraft structures, load-bearing structural materials, high- and low-temperature titanium alloys for aerospace and titanium alloys for gas turbines.
CAFUC Chongqing General Aviation Training Co., Ltd.
Co-funded by Chongqing General Aviation Group Co., Ltd. and Civil Aviation Flight University of China, CAFUC Chongqing General Aviation Training Co., Ltd. will mainly focus on the general aviation training of private and commercial pilot certificate, and aircraft maintenance. It is estimated that by 2020, the number of students enrolled will be about 3,000, and the annual training abilities of professionals for flight and for aircraft maintenance will be 300 and 500, respectively.
Chongqing Vocational College of Civil Aviation
As the only vocational college of aviation, Chongqing Vocational College of Civil Aviation (in preparation) is funded by Sichuan Fan-Mei Education Investment Group Co. Ltd.. With an investment of RMB 1.8 billion, the College will be built as the largest general and private aircrafts flight training base in China, a leader in the training of general and private aircraft pilots, and a first-class Chinese partner for overseas flight training organizations.
Flight Training Center for Boeing and Airbus Aircrafts
The Project will be operated by Chongqing CCAR-142 Flight Training Center built by Chongqing Yuxiang Aviation Flight Training Co., Ltd. with an investment of approximately RMB 700 million. It will build teaching bases for simulation training of pilots and flight attendants for Boeing, Airbus and aircrafts of other mainstream models. After reaching the design capacity, the Project will have an annual output of approximately RMB 300 million. In the later phase, the simulator production line will also be introduced to obtain foreign advanced D-class simulator production technology and drive the development of relevant ancillary and supporting industries.
Flight Training Center for Bombardier Aircrafts
The Project is launched by China Express with an investment of RMB 1 billion. It includes investment in the construction of CCAR 142 Commercial Pilot Training Center for CRJ900, Training School for CCAR 147 Commercial Aircrafts Maintenance, Flight Attendant Training Center for CCAR 121 Commercial Aircrafts, Repair Center for China Express Parts and Accessories, Aeronautic Material Distribution Center and other projects. After the Project is completed, it will become the largest pilot and flight attendant training and refreshment base for Bombardier CRJ series in Asia.
E-Fly Zhilian Technology Co., Ltd.
Established in 2017 with a registered capital of RMB 21 million, Chongqing E-Fly Zhilian Technology Co., Ltd. has set up R&D Center in both Chongqing and Beijing. The Company is committed to becoming a leading supplier of applications and solutions for the UAV industry in the Word. With the concept of stable development driven by innovation, the Company has been innovating in the field of the UAV, and provided highly-reliable products of military-grade for industrial applications.
Aviation Interior R & D and Manufacturing
The Project intends to introduce foreign advanced technology to build an aero seats production base with an annual production capacity of 100,000 seats that meets EASA and FAA standards. After reaching the design capacity, the Project will have an annual output of approximately RMB 2 billion, which will fill the gap in the market that there are no EASA or FAA-certified companies producing qualified aero seats.