Maybe the most famous thing about the Airstream brand over the decades is quality. Traditional white box travel trailers take 50 or 60 hours. The typical Airstream travel trailer takes 350 man hours to create. Airstream’s craftspeople in Jackson Center take a lot of pride in their work. Many of them have worked on these trailers for decades, perfecting their craft. They’re driven by the fact they produce an American icon, something that will be on the road long after they’re gone. That drives their everyday actions and their intense focus on quality, and it’s something Airstream is extremely proud of.
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