The 50th shipset of major component assemblies for an A320 Family jetliner arrives in Alabama for assembly at the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility after a sea voyage from Hamburg, Germany.AIRBUS USA
After completing a transatlantic voyage from Hamburg, Germany, the aft fuselage for the 50th A320 Family jetliner to be built in the U.S. is transported from the Port of Mobile, Alabama to the nearby Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility.AIRBUS USA
At Mobile, Alabama, the 50th A320 Family jetliner fuselage for build-up in the United States is transported to the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility after its transatlantic crossing from Hamburg, Germany.AIRBUS USA
Loaded onto a sea-going ship at Hamburg, Germany is the fuselage for Airbus’ 50th A320 Family jetliner to be assembled at Mobile, Alabama in the U.S.www.bildwerk-lange.deBengt LangeElsastrasse 39a22083 Hamburg
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William Shaw - CEO and Founder of VivaColombia - Viva Air, the Latin America low cost carrier group owned by Irelandia Aviation, signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Airbus for 50 A320 Family aircraft, comprising 35 A320neo and 15 A320ceo. The agreement paves the way for the group’s airlines VivaColombia and Viva Air Peru to base its fleet renewal and network growth on the A320 Family.
Airspace by Airbus cabin for A350 XWB - Consistent cabin experience for widebody family. Superior ambience, comfort, service and design; leading innovation and design; a tool for airlines to differentiate.
Expanding on their successful 2016 introduction of the A330neo and A350, Airbus announced the A320 joins the Airspace family. The brand DNA is based on a consistent range of strong cabin product elements which provide both tangible benefits to passengers and differentiation to airlines. The A320 will not only share common cockpit ergonomics with the wide-bodies, but will also have a common cabin design language and the latest technology.