Another order announced last week from one of our great U.S.-based customers. No decision on where they’ll be produced yet, but as always—any A320 Family order anywhere in the world is good for us. A healthy backlog is a bright future.
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.
Barry Eccleston, the CEO of Airbus North America, offered his congratulations to the Mobile team at the First Flight post-flight ceremony.
Airbus has donated $10,675 to the Feeding the Gulf Coast Backpack Program, giving 85 more children in Mobile County access to meals when they are not in school. The Backpack Program is a privately funded program reaching 1,200 children in south Alabama. It operates with school partners to connect children […]
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.
The first U.S.-built American Airlines Airbus A321 has left the paint shop at the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in Mobile, Alabama!
We’ve made history! The first U.S.-built Airbus A321 recently took to the skies for its first flight, a tribute to the city of Mobile and the workers who built it, and the fulfillment of years of dreams.