Thanks to the Team Mobile volunteers who represented us at the American Cancer Society Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk in Mobile on Saturday! The event raised more than $400,000 overall—and Airbus was proud to be a part of it!
News About Airbus
It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Sup…no it’s an airplane. The first A321 to be produced for Spirit Airlines successfully flew within its test flight program today in Mobile, Ala. This is the 10th aircraft to be produced at the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility.
General Manager Daryl Taylor was pleased to host Canadian Consul General Louise Blais at the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility on Friday, August 5th. Based in Atlanta, she was on her way to a speaking engagement in Mobile, and stopped by to hear about what we do in Mobile, and how […]
Very soon, Mobile will join the few places in the world where a jetliner can be painted, thanks to the ripple effect of the Mobile FAL and Airbus America.
Two teams from the Mobile FAL are in Washington today to present their projects in the Airbus Awards for Excellence program. The teams just presented their projects in a showcase (FAL Recruitment Project and XP-Team); while earlier today William (nominated for the President’s Award), Stephanie and Lacey toured the Airbus […]
Airbus volunteers and their family members in Mobile were proud to take part in the Starfish Project to help provide uniforms for local school kids!
Airbus North America has begun a new round of hiring for the Mobile FAL, seeking candidates for hourly manufacturing jobs on the aircraft assembly line.
American Airlines is Airbus’ largest customer for the A321 aircraft, and now the second Airbus built in Mobile is the first U.S. manufactured plane in the American Airlines fleet.
The Airbus Mobile Final Assembly Line celebrated the delivery of our first U.S.-built A321 with a fantastic family picnic and baseball game between the Bay Bears vs Biloxi Shuckers.
AL.com’s editorial cartoonist had a little fun following the successful First Flight of an A321 at the FAL.