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Filton

Work for Airbus in Filton


Overview

Division: Airbus (Commercial Aircraft), Airbus (Corporate Functions) Employees: approx. 3,000

What we do

3D printing research in Filton

Airbus’ Filton production site is responsible for wing assembly and equipping the A400M multi-role airlifter. Core activities at Filton include the design, engineering and support for Airbus wings, fuel systems and landing gear integration. Teams also work on systems, structures and aerodynamics research, development and test facilities.  

Some of Airbus’ support functions also have offices in Filton, such as human resources, finance, communication and procurement.

Filton

 

Did you know?

In 2003, Concorde made its final flight, returning to Filton, the place of her birth, to be kept there permanently as the centrepiece of Aerospace Bristol.

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Our locations in Europe

Broughton

Newport

Portsmouth

Stevenage

Filton

Marignane

Nantes

Paris

Saint Nazaire

Toulouse

Bremen

Donauwörth

Friedrichshafen

Hamburg

Manching

Munich

Stade

Ulm

Madrid

Sevilla

Our locations worldwide

Africa & Middle East

Asia

Latin America

North America

Oceania

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