First Ever AIRBUS Manufacturing Scholarship

First Ever AIRBUS Manufacturing Scholarship

The first ever AIRBUS Manufacturing Scholarship for $5,000 was presented to Andrea Crum-Wilson (3rd from right) after we received her application via the Association of Women in Aviation Maintenance (AWAM). Andrea will be able to pay for several classes at the Alabama Aviation Center/Enterprise State Community College. It was great […]

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The Pink Paper Plane Challenge

The Pink Paper Plane Challenge

On March 8th, Airbus in Mobile joined other companies and organizations around the world in the Pink Paper Plane challenge, an attempt to break a Guinness World Record for the amount of paper airplanes in the air at one time and as an effort to raise awareness for women in the […]

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Rear Admiral Thomas Ishee Visits Airbus in Mobile

Rear Admiral Thomas Ishee Visits Airbus in Mobile

It was a great pleasure to welcome Rear Admiral Thomas Ishee, Deputy Commander, Joint Functional Component Command for Global Strike, to the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Mobile today. Rear Admiral Inshee was in Mobile for Navy Week, taking part in many Navy Outreach-NAVCO activities, allowing him to talk to people […]

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Airbus Goes To School, Talks About Aircraft Production

Airbus Goes To School, Talks About Aircraft Production

Airbus has an internal program called Airbus Goes to School which allows our employees to go to their family or friend’s classrooms and tell young students about Airbus. We make these visits to help educate our future work force. Mrs. Zodrow’s 3rd grade class at Dawes Intermediate School received a […]

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GM Daryl Taylor Visits Airbus Tianjin

GM Daryl Taylor Visits Airbus Tianjin

Great trip last week to visit our colleagues in Tianjin, China. Andre and I joined the Single Aisle leadership teams from Hamburg, Toulouse and Tianjin to align on our 2017 objectives and continue to work together to leverage the benefits of Final Assembly plants in 4 countries and 3 continents. […]

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A New Chapter: Women in Aviation Maintenance

A New Chapter: Women in Aviation Maintenance

There are those who talk about the problems in the world, and then there are those who do something about them. Airbus employees Krystie Dunn and Jane Shelton have decided to do their part in overcoming the problem represented by the relatively small number of women working in the aviation […]

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Brookley Field and Steven Brown go way back.

Brookley Field and Steven Brown go way back.

If you could go back in time to the 1960s, when Brookley Aeroplex was an active Air Force base, you might see Quality Assurance Lead Steven Brown as a young man, riding his bicycle around the grounds. “I actually grew up across the street from here. I was a member […]

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Delta Takes Delivery of First Aircraft From Mobile

Delta Takes Delivery of First Aircraft From Mobile

A great day in Mobile as we delivered our 15th U.S.-produced A321 to Delta! 11 employees from the airline’s Minneapolis-based team came to Mobile to take delivery of the aircraft along with Greg May, Delta’s SVP of Fleet and Supply Chain Management. The Delta team toured the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing […]

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