Empowering women, promoting equal opportunity and ending all forms of discrimination is not only a human right, but it also has a multiplier effect across all other development areas.
Empowering women and girls
Airbus's diversity and inclusion networks manage topics such as work/life balance, career development, integration of disabled employees and furthering gender balance through equal employment opportunities.
We are particularly committed to gender equality and advancing women in the workplace. We are determined to increase the number of women we recruit to 30%.
As aerospace industry grows in China, so, too, does Airbus’s presence here as an equal-opportunity employer, with almost 30% overall female employment rate at Airbus China.
Diversity making the difference: female leadership in Airbus China
Three women in STEM at the Airbus Final Assembly Line in Tianjin discuss how their immersion into a new global workplace has changed their lives and given them opportunities they couldn’t have seized anywhere else.
Percentage of Airbus Board of Directors One quarter of its members are woman
Percentage of Total Active Female Workforce Represented at Airbus
Woman in aerospace: putting gender equality into action
Airbus' engineers Abbie Hutty and Martina Schreiber are challenging stereotypes and steering more women toward a career in aerospace, while Innovation Manager Kristy Anamoutou is involving entrepreneurs and start-ups in the development of the Company's leaders at Airbus Leadership University.
Our commitments to the Sustainable Development Goals
We are directly contributing to many of the Sustainable Development Goals launched by United Nations in 2015. You can click on each goal to find out more about our involvement.
Diversity and inclusion at Airbus
The diversity of our talent drives innovation, while inclusion is how we make sure everyone is a full-fledged member of team.