The following comments provide examples of airline and industry supplier reaction to Airbus’ announcement of its new A320 Family final assembly line in the United States, to be located at Brookley Aeroplex in Mobile, Alabama: Richard Anderson, CEO, Delta Air Lines:“Delta is one of the largest o...
In their own words: Customers and suppliers applaud Airbus’ U.S. A320 Family final assembly line decision
The new A320 Family final assembly line in Mobile, Alabama will expand on an already-successful Airbus presence at the city’s Brookley Aeroplex facility – where a growing company team has been providing hands-on engineering support for the A380, A330 and A350 XWB programs.
Mobile, Alabama’s Brookley Aeroplex site for the new Airbus A320 Family final assembly line has a long aviation tradition, with historic ties that date to the early days of manned flight.
Bringing value to customers and supporting the American industrial base with “made in U.S.” aircraft
Airbus’ A320 Family final assembly line at Mobile, Alabama will build on the success of two other aircraft production programs in the United States with its EADS parent company, both located at a purpose-built helicopter center of excellence created in the neighboring state of Mississippi.
Brookley Aeroplex’s infrastructure will facilitate the production of A320 Family aircraft in the U.S.
The future home of Airbus’ U.S. A320 Family final assembly line is strategically positioned to benefit from water, road, rail and air links – facilitating the company’s first-ever production of jetliners on American soil.
Airbus marks 10 years of growth in Wichita, USA, and announces major foundation partnership with United Way to mentor local youth
Ten years ago, Airbus appeared on the Wichita, Kansas aviation scene with the opening of its first U.S. engineering center in the city’s Old Town section. A decade later, Airbus’ operation in Wichita has grown by more than 600%, and the company’s role in the local aerospace community and its c...