For more than 30 years, Collins Aerospace has been demonstrating our commitment to China. Our growing presence in China has been made possible by our company’s significant investments in the country, as well as strong corporate and personal relationships that have been formed over the last three decades. Examples of our company’s  successful collaborations in China include:

  • In Sept 2014, Pro Line Fusion® advanced avionics and HGS™‑3500 were selected for AVIC’s new MA-700 regional airliner.
  • In June 2013, a Memorandum of Agreement is executed with AVIC Bluesky to establish a commercial simulation joint venture in China that will design, manufacture, market and service flight simulators to address market segments in China and around the world.
  • AVIC Leihua Rockwell Collins Avionics Company  opens a facility in Wuxi in June 2013. This is a joint venture with AVIC Leihua Electronic Technology Research Institute to develop and manufacture integrated surveillance system products for Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China, Ltd.’s C919 aircraft in China.
  • China Electronics Technology Avionics Company enters into a joint venture with Rockwell Collins to develop and manufacture the communication and navigation systems for the C919.
  • Xian Aviation Science and Technology Company and Rockwell Collins jointly develop a full-motion engineering simulator for the C919.
  • Collins Aviation Maintenance Services Shanghai Ltd. is a joint venture between Rockwell Collins and China Eastern Airlines , providing aftermarket services and support of avionics and in-flight entertainment equipment for Chinese airline customers.

Collins Aerospace China
Unit 1606-1610
Tower A, City Center of Shanghai,
100  Zun  Yi Road
Shanghai, China, 200051
Telephone: 86.21.6219.5507
Fax: 86.21.6219.9152


Grace Du
Business Development Manager
Government Systems, China


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