Airbus “stores” aircraft in Braunschweig

Airbus logo (Photo: Jan Gruber).
Airbus logo (Photo: Jan Gruber).

Airbus “stores” aircraft in Braunschweig

Airbus logo (Photo: Jan Gruber).
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In August, Braunschweig-Wolfsburg Airport will act as a storage space for Airbus in the A320 series that have already been manufactured. The aircraft manufacturer will use part of the site to park up to 15 copies. Because of the current situation, the delivery of the order is still a long time coming.

The company also wants to send its own employees to Braunschweig for this purpose. These will then keep the aircraft ready to fly on site so that they can be deployed as quickly as possible if necessary. There are also fees for the temporary storage facility - the airport reckons with "an amount in the low six-digit range", such as n-tv.de berichtet

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