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    PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing


    Islamabad, May 10: Pakistan Air Force (PAF) has said that it would start manufacturing parts for us-based aircraft giant Boeing from next month which would enable it to formally join the club of aviation parts makers.
    Air Marshal Aurengzeb, Chief of Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC), Kamra, which was poised to manufacture JF-17 fighter developed jointly by Pakistan and China, told the media yesterday that Boeing aircraft co has set up a parts manufacturing unit in PAC.

    PAC is the manufacturing unit of the PAF.

    "At this factory through Boeing offset programme, we shall be manufacturing aviation parts for Boeing 747, 767 and 777 aircraft," the official news agency quoted Aurengzeb as saying.

    "Around 20 parts of Boeing aircraft would be manufactured here for the Boeing company which has set up parts manufacturing plant as part of the agreement for supply of 777 aircraft to Pakistan International Airlines (PIA)," said another senior officer of PAC during a visit to the under-installation plant unit, the news agency reported.

    He said parts of Boeing would be manufactured here and sent to the company for their onward sale and supply.

    The technicians of Boeing are working on the installation of the plant which would be completed by end this month and would start production from next month, the official said.
    A couple of years back PIA had placed orders for supply of eight 777 series aircraft. Some of these aircraft are included in PIA's fleet while the rest would be inducted in the days ahead.

    Bureau Report
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    #2
    Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

    oh this is very good to hear!

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      #3
      Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

      very good news..masha-allah
      Oh, everything's too damned expensive these days. This Bible cost 15 bucks! And talk about a preachy book! Everybody's a sinner! Except this guy.

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        #4
        Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

        right path, use defence manufacturing infra structure for some commercial use as US(lockhead martin, boeing) , UK(BAE, roll royace ,) and France(Thale, Airbus etc) has done in past, started as defence companies then commercialised

        good move!!
        پاکستان پاکستان

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          #5
          Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

          wat nuts and bolts for boeing will made in pakistan.Air India must now rethink its plan to buy 50 planes from boeing.they dont want them to come apart in mid air
          Shahid Afridi in Green, has rocked the cradle of the Shivangi Dixit in Blue

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            #6
            Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

            shivangi, which nuts and bolts IAF keep crashing from mid air??? is that the russians or indian spare factories?

            indians and many other buying boeing planes and quality is assured by boeing. i dont think they can risk it, so the parts are up to mark
            پاکستان پاکستان

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              #7
              Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

              Originally posted by shivangi
              wat nuts and bolts for boeing will made in pakistan.Air India must now rethink its plan to buy 50 planes from boeing.they dont want them to come apart in mid air
              ------------cvabn-------------------
              Now as a bonus offer we will ensure it happens on the ground than mid-air

              Lets see ! Than we have the Indian use gas pipe-line running through the length and width of Paki territory ,, hmmmm,, things are looking up I guess. :elmo:
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                #8
                Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

                Originally posted by Raindance
                ------------cvabn-------------------
                Now as a bonus offer we will ensure it happens on the ground than mid-air

                Lets see ! Than we have the Indian use gas pipe-line running through the length and width of Paki territory ,, hmmmm,, things are looking up I guess. :elmo:
                u look down there is great paradise south
                Shaam ke Surmay Andheron Mein Yoon Mere Dil ke Daag Jalate Hain.
                Jaise Parwat ke Sabz Pedon Par Barf ke Baad Dhoop Padati Hai.
                Door Rah Kar Bhi jo Dil Ke Pass Rahata Hai,Use Sitamgar Gair Kahata Hai.

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                  #9
                  Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

                  shivangi ur back...wilkommen
                  Oh, everything's too damned expensive these days. This Bible cost 15 bucks! And talk about a preachy book! Everybody's a sinner! Except this guy.

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                    #10
                    Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

                    Originally posted by homer_j_simpson
                    shivangi ur back...wilkommen
                    shivangi?????????????who??????????
                    Shaam ke Surmay Andheron Mein Yoon Mere Dil ke Daag Jalate Hain.
                    Jaise Parwat ke Sabz Pedon Par Barf ke Baad Dhoop Padati Hai.
                    Door Rah Kar Bhi jo Dil Ke Pass Rahata Hai,Use Sitamgar Gair Kahata Hai.

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                      #11
                      Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

                      Originally posted by homer_j_simpson
                      shivangi ur back...wilkommen
                      You beat me on this.
                      btw welcome *.
                      Last edited by kaka_in_usa; Jun 28, 2005, 12:36 PM.
                      Tu bhi villain ban sakta tha, "BILLA" ban sakta tha.....

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                        #12
                        Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

                        cudnt get u btw who is shivangi
                        Originally posted by kaka_in_usa
                        You beat me on this.
                        btw welcome shivangi.
                        Shaam ke Surmay Andheron Mein Yoon Mere Dil ke Daag Jalate Hain.
                        Jaise Parwat ke Sabz Pedon Par Barf ke Baad Dhoop Padati Hai.
                        Door Rah Kar Bhi jo Dil Ke Pass Rahata Hai,Use Sitamgar Gair Kahata Hai.

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                          #13
                          Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

                          Like someone said, I hope they are not producing nuts and bolts for the boeing.

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                            #14
                            Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

                            Some conceit for the most accident prone aviation sector in the world....i.e. India....Indian tailee/grease ball engineers at the numerous airlines proping up in india, veterans of DODO (DRDO) organization's enormous wastage of Indian exchequer, would run all the aircraft into ground within a few years, regardless of where the parts came from.....The mighty Air Sena of Bhindia managed to crash 200 aircrafts in one single year in the late ninties.....
                            "Mai baap Amreeka has decided to breakup Pakistan, MQM will support Amreeka and I will not stop killing pukhtoons" - Pir Altaf Bhaggorra of Landan...

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                              #15
                              Re: PAF to manufacture parts for Boeing

                              The Indian Air Fart's Mig-21's were known amongst its pilots as 'flying coffins' during the ill-fated '90s when they had the worst attrition record from any air force.

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