Welcome to the Airbus Hub

A commercial aircraft manufacturer, with Space and Defence as well as Helicopters Divisions, Airbus is the largest aeronautics and space company in Europe and a worldwide leader. In 2016, it generated revenues of € 67 billion and employed a workforce of around 134,000.  Airbus is at the forefront of the aviation industry,...

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In 2015 the Airbus E-Fan became the first ever fully electric aircraft to fly the English Channel.
An Airbus aircraft takes off or lands every 2.3 seconds.
The Airbus record-breaking Perlan II craft flew 27.4km to the edge of space.
Airbus is the largest aeronautics and space company in Europe and a worldwide leader.
Airbus is a cybersecurity specialist.
Airbus protects governments, companies and critical infrastructures from threats.
The Airbus workforce is made up of more than 130 nationalities.
You can fit 12 full size football pitches into the West Factory in Broughton where the A380 wings are made.
Airbus satellites provide the images for Google Maps/Earth.

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Supply Chain Logistics

"Having already completed 1 year of the Graduate Supply Chain & Logistics programme, I can honestly say it has exceeded my expectations. Initially I was placed into Logistics Improvements department where I spent 6 months. During this placement I gained a vast knowledge of how logistics is planned and operates throughout the Airbus sites. Ha..."

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Airbus to start building supersized jumbo

The giant aircraft are used to transport plane components between Airbus production sites in Europe Airbus is to begin making five of its new airlifter giants known as the Beluga XL in early 2017. The giant aircraft are used to transport plane components between Airbus production sites in Europe. They are powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines, and are based on the freighter version of the Airbus A330-300 jetliner, but will be 60m wide, 15m wider than their predecessor. The increased size...

Airbus signs £4bn deal with Indonesia’s national airline

The deal is expected to bring up to £1 billion to the UK’s economy and create jobs at Airbus' UK sites Airbus will supply air travel operator Garuda Indonesia with its next generation aircraft, A330neo, in a deal worth £4 billion. Rolls Royce will provide engines and support as part of the agreement to upgrade the airline’s current A330 fleet. The purchase is expected to expand and bolster Garuda’s medium and long haul network, delivering a more efficient...

UK wins satellite contract to 'weigh' Earth's forests

British industry is to lead the construction of a satellite that will weigh the world's trees. The Biomass mission's novel space radar will make 3D maps of forests, improving our understanding of how carbon is cycled through the Earth system. Its data will be important for climate research, and will create a baseline for treaties that seek to monitor the status of global forest resources. The spacecraft is to be assembled by the UK arm of Airbus Defence and Space. It signed a contract with...

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Lean Manufacturing

"Being a member of the Lean Manufacturing team has allowed me to gain knowledge of many of the different products Airbus has to offer, including the A320 Family, A380 and the new A350 XWB. My day to day goal is the search for and elimination of waste to improve business performance. This is achieved through effective project & stakeholder ma..."

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