The Future of Aerospace and Defense in India

The future of aerospace and defense in India

Formed from the merger of United Technologies and Raytheon Company in April 2020, Raytheon Technologies has a long-standing involvement in India’s aerospace and defense sector dating back to the 1960s.

Today Raytheon Technologies' businesses, including Collins Aerospace, Pratt & Whitney, Raytheon Intelligence & Space and Raytheon Missiles & Defense, offer a wide range of products and services for commercial and government customers and are partnering with India-based companies to develop talent and produce products locally in support of Make in India. 

During this year's Aero India exposition, Raytheon Technologies will meet with customers and strategic partners, emphasizing the complementary capabilities across its four businesses that bring value to the Indian government and commercial organizations.

Demonstrating a commitment to a self-reliant India

Worker inspecting an engine
Raytheon Technologies has invested heavily in expanding its footprint in India. Our commitment to domestic manufacturing and training is cultivating a highly skilled workforce for the future of India's aerospace and defense industry.