The initial large aircraft components arrived at the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in the summer of 2015, keeping the new Mobile, Alabama-based site on schedule to deliver its first aircraft – an A321ceo (current engine option) – to JetBlue in 2016 - Photo: Airbus

The initial large aircraft components arrived at the Airbus U.S. Manufacturing Facility in the summer of 2015, keeping the new Mobile, Alabama-based site on schedule to deliver its first aircraft – an A321ceo (current engine option) – to JetBlue in 2016 – Photo: Airbus

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