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Airbus to recruit 2,000 engineers from India over the next two years

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Aerospace giant Airbus plans to hire 2,000 engineers from India in the next two years.

It marks a significant expansion that will raise its total number of Indian engineers to 5,000.

Rémi Maillard, President of Airbus India and Managing Director of South Asia, said the company views India not just as a market but also as a “talent hub.” 

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Airbus signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Gati Shakti Vishwavidyalaya (GSV), Vadodara, in the presence of railway minister Ashwini Vaishnaw. 

It paves the way for the launch of a new engineering course for the aerospace sector.


Maillard said the company’s commitment to developing the aerospace ecosystem in India.

They acknowledged the importance of investing in human capital development.

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The partnership with Gati Shakti Vishwavidyalaya would create a robust pipeline of skilled professionals.

Maillard said: “As on today, we employ more than 3,000 engineers in our design and digital centres. 

“By 2025, we will be more than 5,000. So, we are going at a very fast pace. 

“We invest in India; we bet on India because we believe India offers the right combination of competency and competitiveness.” 

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