Xi'an Aircraft

Xi'an Aircraft
Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation
Rechtsform Aktiengesellschaft
Gründung 1958
Sitz Xi'an, China VolksrepublikChina China
Mitarbeiter 20.000
Branche Luftfahrttechnik
Produkte Flugzeuge, Flugzeugbauteile
Website www.xac.com.cn

Die Xi'an Aircraft Industrial Corporation oder Xi'an Aircraft Company, kurz XAC, chinesisch 西安飞机工业集团, ist ein chinesischer Flugzeughersteller mit Sitz in Xi'an und Teil des Konsortiums AVIC I. Das 1958 gegründete Unternehmen beschäftigt mehr als 20.000 Mitarbeiter.

Xi'an Aircraft produziert überwiegend Militärflugzeuge für die chinesische Luftwaffe und die Marine sowie zivile Transportflugzeuge. Seit 1980 ist XAC Zulieferer für westliche Kunden, darunter Boeing und Airbus. Daneben stellt das Unternehmen Autobusse, Fassadenteile und weitere Produkte her.



Seit Herbst 2009 hält Xi'an Aircraft die Mehrheit (91,25%) am oberösterreichischen Flugzeugzulieferer FACC.



  • Xi'an MA60 – zweimotoriges Verkehrsflugzeug auf Basis der Antonow An-26
  • Yun-7 (Shaanxi Y-7) – chinesische Version der Antonow An-24
  • Yun-8 (Shaanxi Y-8) – chinesische Version der Antonow An-12
  • Yun-9 (Shaanxi Y-9) – gestreckte Version der Y-8
  • Yun-14 (Y-14) – chinesische Version der Antonow An-26


  • Xian H-6 – chinesische Version des Bombers Tupolew Tu-16 Badger
  • Xian H-8 – vierstrahliger schwerer Bomber
  • Xian JH-7 – zweistrahliges Schlachtflugzeug


  • Y-7H Ausbildungsversion der Y-7-100



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