Simple Flying - Linnea Ahlgren

The new $50 million dollar facility will consolidate the aerospace manufacturer's OXF operations into one modern building.

On Friday, Airbus' Chief Executive, Guillaume Faury, confirmed the company's investment in a new Airbus Helicopters headquarters. The aerospace manufacturer has chosen to put $50.5 million towards new facilities at London Oxford Airport (OXF).

The new facilities will bring together all of the company's Oxford activities currently spread across the area into one single, modern, and more environmentally efficient building. Airbus's new OXF project will cover a 14-acre site and will be completed in 2024 on the 50th anniversary of Airbus Helicopters operations in the UK.

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