Support & Services

Support & Services


Airbus customers never fly alone.

For Airbus, establishing high-quality relationships across its global customer base is paramount.  It is for this reason the company closely follows changing dynamics in the aviation sector, so in turn Airbus can provide tailor-made services that match – or exceed – each customer’s unique needs.

Proximity is a key element in maintaining these strong relationships, which is why Airbus has considerably increased its global footprint in recent years – bringing the company closer to customers in order to better understand them and respond accordingly. 

A team of more than 5,000 professionals from 50 different nationalities – who are united by a passion for aviation, as well as their desire to help customers fly Airbus aircraft safely and efficiently – cover all areas of support, leveraging the most complete portfolio of end-to-end lifecycle solutions: “Services by Airbus.”

Under this organisation, each and every customer is assigned a Customer Support Director who acts as a focal point and coordinates the implementation of any necessary services. In addition, more than 250 field service representatives are positioned in approximately 150 cities close to the airlines they serve. 

This proximity is strengthened by Airbus’ robust international network of support, training, maintenance and engineering facilities, as well as its materials and logistics centres. 

Hundreds of Airbus technical specialists provide around-the-clock customer assistance 24 hours a day, seven days a week.



Did you know?

Airbus has an international network of support centres, training centres and spares stores, as well as 160 field offices around the world where nearly 300 resident customer support managers assist airlines in their daily operations.


Related publications

  • FAST #58 / August 2016
    - Flight operational commonality
    - Flight recorders data inspection
    - VIP Kit solutions
    - OPTIMA
    - SWITS
    - Health monitoring and prognostics
    - FAST from the past
    - Around the clock, around the world

    Download the magazine as a .pdf file (5.91 MB)

Latest news