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Volume 14,Issue 3 Autumn 2012

Airbus assembly line in China on track


The Airbus general assembly line in Tianjin, which will cost RMB 2 billion, will be finished by the end of the year, according to Mayor Dai Xianglong of Tianjin. The assurance was made in light of the ongoing reorganization at Airbus due to the delay in the production of the A380 aircraft. Airbus China said the feasibility report is finished and has been sent to different government agencies in China. Last June, the National Development and Reform Commission announced Tianjin Binhai New District as the location of the assembly line for the A320 series jet. This is the first assembly line of Airbus outside Europe. Based on the plan, the first assembled A320 in China will be delivered in 2008. By 2011, the assembly line can produce four Airbus jets a month.

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