Airbus and Investissement Quebec (IQ) will invest a combined $1.2 billion in the A220 program, they have announced on February 4. This confirms earlier reports about a capital increase, which will be used to accelerate production of the smallest member of the Airbus...
Airbus will assemble the A321XLR no longer just in Hamburg from 2023 but also at other production sites, it says on December 6 in an XLR program update. Until today, the European airframer has always stated that the ultra-long-range version of the A321 will be...
News Airbus has begun production of the first A220 at its facility in Mobile, Alabama. The former Bombardier C Series is now a majority US content airplane assembled in the United States, and not subject to international trade issues, which Boeing had asserted in...
News: Airbus has broken ground for a new A220 final assembly line in Mobile as well as undertaking a major expansion in Mirabel, Quebec. The A220 has finally broken into the big leagues, with major orders from Air Canada, Delta, JetBlue, and Moxy, as well as repeat...
How big a deal is Airbus opening a manufacturing facility in the US? What does Airbus opening a new US production facility really mean for the market? The answer, short and sweet, is that the impact is huge. Of course, the news is not new, and everyone in the...
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