Airbus provides training, apprenticeship opportunities and pathways to building a future in aviation manufacturing. We offer competitive pay and benefits including paid holidays, paid time off, opportunities for development, tuition reimbursement and more.
Early Career FlightPath9 Program
Who should apply? High school graduates (or those with a GED) with an interest in aviation and a desire to work for Airbus after successfully completing training.
Program Description: The FlightPath9 Early Career Program is a 10-week, fast-paced program through Bishop State Community College. Participants will earn 18 college credits, and multiple industry-recognized certifications. Following the successful completion of the Early Career program, participants become full-time apprentices at Airbus. Airbus apprentices will continue their education with 12 weeks of training, and then be placed with a mentor for 48 weeks of on-the-job training for the A220 or A320 program.
High School Seniors FlightPath9 Program
Who should apply? High school students who are on track to graduate, and have an interest in aviation manufacturing.
Program Description: This program will prepare high school seniors for a career in aviation. Students apply and interview for the program their junior year of high school. If selected, students who complete the program will receive a short certificate in Aviation Manufacturing during their senior year of high school. In addition to 18 college credit hours, students will earn multiple industry-recognized certifications. Following the successful completion of the program, participants will become full-time apprentices at Airbus. Airbus apprentices will continue their education with 12 weeks of training, and then be placed with a mentor for 48 weeks of on-the-job training for the A220 or A320 program.
High School Dual Enrollment
Who should apply? Requirements may vary. Check with your school for additional information.
Program Description: Bishop State Community College and Coastal Alabama Community College are delivering the Aviation Manufacturing Technology short certificate programs to high school students through their schools’ career tech programs in Mobile and Baldwin Counties. Following successful completion of this program, students may apply to join an Airbus apprenticeship class after high school graduation.
Who should apply? Anyone with 5+ years of professional experience and a high school diploma or GED.
Program Description: If you are looking for a mid-career change, this program was created for individuals who are interested in beginning a career in aviation or manufacturing, and have five years or more of professional experience. Professional experience could include manufacturing, construction, retail, hospitality, or experience in nearly any other industry. Over the first few months of employment, On Board participants will attend basic manufacturing and aviation classes. They will then continue on to more structural and company-specific training. After successfully completing training, the new On Board employees will be assigned to a production station on the A320 or A220 assembly line.