Taiwan media said that Taiwan and the mainland aircraft manufacturing company to be co-produced aircraft
The picture shows the AIDC’s” Ching-kuo “fighter assembly line.
BEIJING, June 22, according to Taiwan’s “China Times”, responsible for R & D and manufacture of Taiwan IDF “Ching-kuo” fighter weapons and other sensitive Taiwan Aerospace Corporation, the leading economic sector in the Taiwan authorities next, is working with a mainland Chinese companies to assemble commercial aircraft production civil aircraft programs.
However, Taiwan’s AIDC is still to master a number of sensitive weapons technology, Taiwan’s party are worried this could lead to confidential AIDC outflow.
In this regard, appropriate AIDC spokesman Lee Chang said, things still do not need military security concerns, has long been expected to think within the AIDC, has completed the planning response, there would not be classified into the mainland things. But he also admits that some military and civilian technology is actually hard to differentiate.
on AIDC will cooperate with China’s commercial aircraft assembly and manufacture of civil aircraft company plans to have begun to spread in the international aviation industry and attracted much attention. It is understood that both plans to produce a commercial 919 aircraft, and is expected in 2014 the first aircraft factory. AIDC confirmed such a plan, but stressed that all cases are still reported to the Taiwan authorities, “Executive Yuan” approved, the details of the inconvenience to talk about, this is a sector-led “bridge program” part.
Although the AIDC’s military background from the early success of “conversion” is no longer owned by the military control and had close IDF fighter production line, then still held by Taiwan’s AIDC, including counter- missiles, “thousand arrows plan” high-sensitive weapons technology cluster bombs.
learned that the AIDC thriving performance last year, the annual revenue of NT $ 16 billion yuan, representing a growth of 10% over the same period the previous year, preliminary estimates suggest that gross profit of about 10 billion annual revenue next year AIDC Target challenge $ 17 billion.
30 years ago, as the Taiwan authorities and the United States’ diplomatic relations, “the U.S. has repeatedly refused to sell Taiwan a new aircraft, which indicates the establishment of Chiang Ching-kuo AIDC’s predecessor Aero Industry Development Center, and that there was a IDF” Ching-kuo No. “fighters. The past, Taiwan’s AIDC public, the purpose of its existence in addition to self-development and production of aircraft, but also to foster long-term slump in the aerospace industry on the island.