Airbus’ continued growth around the world – demonstrated by its 6,000th aircraft delivery – equals significant economic benefits for the U.S., which is the company’s largest single supplier country.
Seven tonnes of goodwill cargo arrived in South America last month thanks to the joint efforts of Airbus, DHL, Kuehne + Nagel and French charity Aviation Sans Frontières.
The first Airbus Ohio Supplier Conference brought more than 200 industry members to Cleveland to identify new opportunities and allow companies in the state to learn more about Airbus’ procurement processes.
Two young U.S. photographers joined global winners of the Airbus-sponsored “See the bigger picture” biodiversity photo contest at a red-carpet reception in Washington, D.C.
Passengers can now fly between the United States and Europe aboard Airbus’ 21st century flagship jetliner with the inauguration of Air France’s new transatlantic service.
Confirming its growing contribution to the U.S. aerospace industry, Airbus has awarded an A350 XWB contract to California’s McStarlite Company.