Markets served by Parker Aerospace
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Systems and components that provide greater reliability, efficiency, and value



Parker equipment supports nearly every commercial aircraft flying, sending them safely and efficiently throughout the world. We work alongside aircraft manufacturers to design in performance, using lighter materials and smart, self-monitoring products.


Unmatched engineering expertise couples with manufacturing excellence to offer systems and components that meet the demands of an increasing digital industry, while providing ultimate dependability over program life.


The breadth of our organization allows us to focus on such functions as quality, program management, lean practices, and supply chain strategies, to ensure the optimum customer experience.


Parker's global customer support team of aftermarket field engineers makes it a priority that our customers' aircraft are logging miles, not hangar time.

System and component program pedigree

Airbus A220, A320, A330, A340, A350, A380  |  Boeing 737, 747, 767, 777, 787  |  Bombardier CRJ Series, Q Series  |  COMAC ARJ21, C919  |  Embraer Embraer ERJs, E-jets, E-jets E2  |  Xian MA700

Making a difference in commercial aircraft

NEIAS is an AS9100- and NADCAP-approved joint venture between Parker Aerospace and AVIC Jincheng Nanjing Engineering Institute of Aircraft Systems (NEIAS) in Nanjing, China. It provides advanced manufacturing and services for fuel and hydraulic equipment for the C919 and future Chinese aircraft.
NEIAS building
Parker FACRI is an AS9100- and NADCAP-approved joint venture between Parker Aerospace and AVIC Flight Automatic Control Research Institute in China. It performs OEM production and support for flight control actuators for the ARJ21, C919, and MA700 and services equipment for numerous manufacturers.
FACRI building
Throughout our organization we have developed our own custom test rigs and system simulation laboratories that enable us to predict and optimize the performance of all types of aircraft systems. These rigs enable Parker to assume the system integration responsibility for our customers.
Systems integration


Following the military order for performance and affordability



With a pedigree that began in the 1930s to the most advanced manned and unmanned platforms of today, Parker is a well-established partner with military aviation, realizing that the highest performance standards must be achieved while maintaining a firm grip on costs.


Understanding the unique needs of the warfighter, Parker Aerospace works closely with military aircraft customers to learn program requirements and deliver solutions that meet the needs of our armed services.


Systems and component experience enables Parker to employ a big-picture strategy in the programs it supports. We can turn to our extensive off-the-shelf technology solutions to reduce design cost and boost reliability, while enhancing performance through the application of our composite material, electronics packaging, and more-electric expertise.

System and component program pedigree

Airbus A400M  |  Bell Boeing V-22  |  Boeing AH-64, C-17, CH-47, F-15, F/A-18 E/F, KC-46A, P-8A, X-45  |  General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Predator B  |  Korea Aerospace Industries K-FX, T-50  |  Lockheed Martin C-130, F-16, F-22, F-35, JASSM, RATTLRS  |  Northrop Grumman BAMS, Global Hawk, X-47A  |  Raytheon Griffin, Javelin, JSM, Tomahawk  |  Saab Gripen  |  Sikorsky MH-53, MH-60/UH-60

Making a difference in Military aircraft

Lockheed Martin's F-35 is the first production fighter with a system of electrohydraulic actuators (EHAs) powering all primary flight control surfaces. EHAs save system weight, offer enhanced avionics integration, and reduce lifecycle costs.
electrohydraulic actuators (EHAs)
Parker's Customer Support military operation backs its customers with product improvements & retrofits (PI&R). By cost-effectively integrating advanced new technology into our fielded products, we're helping to enhance the performance and extend the life of military fleets.
Product improvements & retrofits (PI&R)
The KC-46A Pegasus relies on a broad array of Parker Aerospace equipment, including primary flight control actuation products to help keep the tanker on target, fuel and hydraulic components to provide the power needed for its long hauls, and scores of products on its Pratt & Whitney PW4000 engines.


Increasing productivity efficiently, flexibly, and cost-effectively



Business aviation allows passengers to reach destinations quickly while using time efficiently. Parker Aerospace has been a key supplier to the business, general aviation, and commercial helicopter market since the 1930s.


Our support has ranged from single components, such as general aviation cylinders, to fully integrated fuel, hydraulic, and flight control systems for the highest-performing business jets. Today we continue to meet the needs of our customers, working collaboratively to offer innovative new ideas to boost performance coupled with our deep selection of off-the-shelf technologies that help manage cost.

System and component program pedigree

Airbus Helicopters H130, H145, H160, H225, NH90  |  Beechcraft Baron, Bonanza, King Air  |  Bell 206, 407, 412, 429, 505, 525, Huey II  |  Bombardier Challenger 350/650, Global Express, Global 5000/6000/7000/8000, Learjet 70/75  |  Cessna Caravan, Citation, Denali, Skyhawk, Skylane  |  Cirrus SR20, R22, Vision Jet  |  Eclipse 550  |  Embraer Legacy 450/500/650E, Phenom 100/200  |  Gulfstream G280, G450, G500, G550, G600, G650, G650ER  |  Leonardo AW109, AW119, AW139, AW169, AW609  |  Pilatus PC-12, PC-24  |   Piper M-Class, Trainer Class, Twin Class  |  Sikorsky S-76®, S-92®

Making a difference in Bizjet and general aviation

With hundreds of FAA TSO qualifications, Parker's Cleveland Wheels & Brakes can be found on over 80 percent of the general aviation fleet. The brand is synonymous with better braking, smoother and more reliable landings, worldwide availability, and savings on maintenance, downtime, and labor.
Piper Meridian
Cleveland Wheels & Brakes
Parker Aerospace supports Gulfstream’s business jet with its fly-by-wire primary flight control system, hydraulic equipment, fuel, lubrication, and fluid conveyance products, as well as fuel atomization nozzles, hoses, quick disconnects, and lubrication equipment on their engines.


Higher-powered, lower-emission solutions




Engine makers face ongoing challenges in the areas of noise, fuel burn, and emissions. With Parker Aerospace, aero engine manufacturers have an experienced partner that can help them meet regulatory requirements while delivering the performance and low cost of ownership that their customers demand.


Our expertise touches every corner of the aviation engine market: commercial, regional, business, military, and rotor. We provide advanced systems and component solutions for fuel atomization, fuel manifolds, engine pneumatics, lubrication, engine build-up, heat management, control electronics and more.


Looking ahead, we partner with engine customers to share risk and develop new technologies, which in turn helps them to help their civilian and military customers achieve important program objectives.

System and component program pedigree

CFM International CFM56, LEAP  |  EuroProp International TP400-D6  |  GE CF6, CF34, F101, F110, F404/F414, GEnx, GE9x, GE90, Passport 20, T700 |  International Aero Engines V2500  |  Pratt & Whitney F119, F135, PW1000, PW2000, PW4000,  |  Rolls-Royce AE 2100, AE 3007, BR700, Trent 1000, Trent 7000, Trent XWB

Making a difference in the Engine market

Established to support innovative fuel nozzle development and production, Advanced Atomization Technologies (AATECH) is a joint venture between GE Aviation and Parker Aerospace. AATECH designs and produces fuel nozzles for the CFM LEAP, GE9X, and GEnx, as well the GE90, CF6, and CFM56 engines.
AATech facility in Clyde, New York
Engine fuel manifolds can consist of rigid tubing and fittings surrounding the combustion section. Parker is reducing the weight of fuel manifolds by using flexible high-temperature fuel lines. These flexible manifolds manage vibration more efficiently, and save weight by requiring fewer brackets.
Flexible fuel lines
Additive manufacturing is becoming key to creating test prototypes and for finished, in-service applications. Parker is combining the advantages of additive processes with its traditional manufacturing prowess to offer customers the best and most reliable component solutions at a reasonable cost.
Additive manufacturing

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