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Marignane

Work for Airbus in Marignane


Overview

Division: Airbus Helicopters Employees: approx. 9,000

What we do

Marignane helicopters site

Marignane has been at the forefront of aviation technology for more than six decades and is home to the world's leading manufacturer of civil and military helicopters. Employees work on the full range of helicopter products, from light single-engine aircraft to the larger military rotorcraft that make up the Cougar family.

In 2015, a large new development centre was added to these facilities, reflecting the company’s commitment to research and innovation as it consolidates its reputation as a world leader.

The site also hosts the design office, assembly lines, customer services, a composite and mechanical centre and a training centre, which offers certified courses and technical documentation.

Marignane

 

Did you know?

It was from Marignane that the first seaplane, the Hydravion, took off from water on 28 March 1910.

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Our locations in Europe

Nante

Marignane

Paris

Saint Nazaire

Toulouse

Bremen

Donauwörth

Friedrichshafen

Hamburg

Manching

Munich

Stade

Ulm

Madrid

Sevilla

Broughton

Newport

Portsmouth

Stevenage

Filton

Our locations worldwide

Africa & Middle East

Asia

Latin America

North America

Oceania

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