JetBlue Airways will get first U.S.-made Airbus jet, CEO says
MOBILE, Ala., April 8
MOBILE, Ala., April 8 (Reuters) - JetBlue Airways Corp Chief Executive Dave Barger said on Tuesday that his airline will receive the first U.S.-assembled Airbus jet, which will roll off the assembly line in 2016.
Barger spoke at a groundbreaking for a new, $600 million factory of EADS' Airbus unit in Mobile, Alabama. The plant is expected to create 1,000 jobs, and bolster U.S. spending by Airbus, which already spends $13 billion with U.S. suppliers.
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