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Infographic_A330 Family_February 2016
24 February 2016

Infographic_A330 Family_February 2016

The A330 Family, for which Airbus announced a production rate increase that will take effect in January 2017, is modern, versatile and profitable

A330Regional, A330 Regional_infographic
11 January 2016

A330Regional, A330 Regional_infographic

The right aircraft, right now: Airbus has optimised the A330 Regional variant for short- and medium-haul routes in markets with large populations and fast-growing, concentrated air traffic flows

Airbus’ A320: A global programme
24 November 2015

Airbus’ A320: A global programme

This infographic highlights the work sharing for the best-selling A320 programme, which includes production of major components in France, Germany, the UK and Spain and final assembly at four global locations: Toulouse, France– Hamburg– Germany– Tianjin, China– and Mobile, Alabama

Infographics Mobile Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Figures
14 September 2015

Infographics Mobile Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Figures

Located at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley, the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility is a $600-million investment for the company that will produce between 40 and 50 A320 Family aircraft per year by 2016

Infographics Mobile The Sun Never Sets On Airbus
14 September 2015

Infographics Mobile The Sun Never Sets On Airbus

Airbus global production : with final assembly lines in Toulouse, France– Hamburg, Germany– Tianjin, China– and now Mobile, Alabama, the sun never sets on production of Airbus’ market-leading widebody and single-aisle jetliners

Infographics Mobile Airbus Financial Impact On The U.S. Economy
14 September 2015

Infographics Mobile Airbus Financial Impact On The U.S. Economy

Airbus' presence in the U.S.: The establishment of the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama strengthens the company’s significant role in the U.S. aerospace industry, where it spent some $16 billion dollars in 2014 – activity that supported approximately 260,000 American jobs

 
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