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Dubai Airshow 2019 - Dubai City ambiance
In 2019, the Emirate of Dubai is once again hosting the biennial Dubai Airshow, bringing together aerospace industry companies from around the world – including Airbus

Dubai Airshow 2019

Meet us at Stand/Chalet/Pavilion: P10, 940

Internship offers in France are now live!  

Internship offers in France are now live!

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Open positions in Italy!  

Open positions in Italy!

We are looking for talented people in Italy. Find out more here.

UK Graduate Programme applications close 10th November at 00:00 (CET)  

UK Graduate Programme applications close 10th November at 00:00 (CET)

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Internships in the UK - Apply now!  

Internships in the UK - Apply now!

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Alabama wants you! 

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Apprentices and pupils

With its “Carnet de Vol Alternance” initiative, to be held 24 June in Toulouse and 26 June in Saint Nazaire, Airbus aims to match company apprentices with jobs in aviation upon completion of their apprenticeship

Students & Graduates Programs

Airbus’ hackathon at the 2018 ILA Berlin air show brings together participants from around the world with a diverse range of backgrounds – from aerospace engineering students to data science professionals – to develop and present innovative ideas drawn from a set of aviation data courtesy of global flight tracking service FlightRadar24

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Simon, exploring the vast potential of a bright electric-powered future

Dr Simon Evans works in Airbus CRT’s Electrics and Electromagnetics team leading a research project concerned with superconductive aircraft propulsion. With a team focus on enabling the future of electrical flight, he works towards continuously pushing the limits of electrical technologies while also mastering their seamless integration into aircraft.

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Amanda, a mobility success story

After gaining years of experience in operations, sales and marketing working at Airbus in Brazil, Amanda made the move that many of us dream about. But her journey to live and work in the south of France was due to hard work and long years learning the business. A Mobility success story.

“I was prepared to come, it was my wish. My long term objective was to be abroad,” 

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Lorenz, gaining practical experience as a student

As a canoe slalom enthusiast, Lorenz first became interested in composite materials working on the boats. Majoring in Composites, Lorenz spent most of his practical semesters at Airbus in Bremen, he also gained valuable experience abroad during a two months internship in Getafe. Now he works for Premium AEROTEC, a supplier for large structural components, owned by Airbus. With composites being a rather new material, there is always a new topic for Lorenz to explore.

If you’re a highly motivated bachelor student, studying towards a technical or IT related degree, check out the Airbus Student Programme

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Stephane, flight test engineer

In charge of inventing and defining maneuvers performed during test flights, one of Stephane’s greatest challenges as a flight test engineer is knowing the limit between the safety of the test flight and bringing back results. “I feel very lucky to do what I do within the company; our product is wonderful, it’s noble and represents one of humanity’s oldest dreams – flying.”

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Neelam, re-inventing industrial architecture and product development

Working on projects such as Propulsion of Tomorrow, and Digital Design Manufacturing & Services (DDMS), Neelam's role as industrial architect is to define the top level industrial requirements, industrial architecture, trades and capabilities in collaboration with engineering teams in developing technology bricks that will shape the industrial system of Airbus. "Working on crucial transformation projects, with diverse people: an incredible adventure, a dream come true."

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​Volonteers in Airbus made a 3D printed arm for Lou, a little girl born with a missing arm. It is the delivery day to this little girl.
Denis Tur and Lou, e-NABLE a brighter future with 3D printing

Nine-year-old Lou was born without a forearm, and she had a clear idea of what she wanted for her prosthesis arm. 3D printing enthusiast Denis Tur and a team of Airbus volunteers took on this challenge and joined forces with charity e-NABLE to produce a distinctive artificial arm for the young girl at ProtoSpace Toulouse. 

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Daniela, Head of Airbus R&T

With bountiful past experience as chief engineer of the A400M and A320 programmes, Daniela Lohwasser, Airbus’ new head of R&T in the CTO organisation is excited to help bring in the next chapter of the Airbus story with disruptive new technology and products. She believes that R&T have to be daring and work on the edge, and failing and learning fast is an essential part of that process.

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Shashwath, Customer supply manager

 Originally from Bangalore in India, Shashwath works as a customer supply manager in Airbus Toulouse. Within the cabin furnishing department, his task is to ensure that the ordered parts arrive on time, and are properly allocated. “The interiors must be delivered to the quality and to the time as agreed with our clients”. Greatly inspired by previous Airbus CEO Tom Enders (who he met in person and has a birthday on the same day), joining Airbus has been his aim since watching the first A380 take to the sky. He filled in 75 applications on the career website. “Now I have my dream job".

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Reiko, Ground training instructor at Airbus Helicopters Japan
Reiko, Ground training instructor

"Although aviation is rather a male-dominated world, it has been my passion since I was a child. As a flight instructor for helicopters, fixed wings and gliders, I love to fly all of them, but I especially love to fly helicopters. When I joined the company, I started my Airbus career as marketing manager for the training centre newly established in Japan, in 2012. I have now moved to the operational division to become a pilot ground instructor. Studying state-of-the-art technology is what makes me passionate about my job."

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Jorge, HR manager

“Working is more about being useful rather than being important,” says Jorge who has been with the company for the 13 years. He entered as a financial controller, and later decided to change his topic. “I enjoy working in HR. It is all about connecting people: making a new good network with people and trying to join forces for better working together.“ During his normal workday, Jorge is frequently switching between Spanish, English, German and French. Although the language competence has been a great help, he admits that this is not enough to succeed in HR. “If you are not humble, if you are not emphatic, if you are not flexible, then all these languages skills are not useful for anything.“

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Ye, Supply Chain and Quality Manager

Born in China and raised in Germany, Ye has a bicultural background. She loves Airbus for its dynamic and diversity. Ye joined Airbus in 2009, she is responsible for major airframe components and works on many transfers, improvement projects at key Airbus suppliers covering activities requiring various skills: “We coordinate cross-functionally, monitor and drive changes at our suppliers to contribute to development and mitigate industrial risks. We work by targeting operational excellence through continuous improvement in everything we do.” 

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Disability is not a barrier at Airbus

Airbus promotes equal opportunities and supports people with both visible and non-visible (dis)ability. Different initiatives across the company are aimed at boosting awareness and above all encouraging dialogue on the important contribution employees with disabilities make to the company every day. Following the International Day of Persons with Disability, six apprentices and dual students share their experiences working in an inclusive environment at Airbus.

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María, Digital Transformation Office

"The digitalisation of the shopfloor is undoubtedly a key factor capable of providing important improvements in relation to quality, efficiency, costs and the product" says María. Her goal is to incorporate digitalisation at the production plants of all the Airbus divisions. To get the real shopfloor experience she put on a set of overalls and spent a week there working with the operators. "You don't really understand what their work is all about until you put yourself in their position".

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