It takes about 350 hours to build each and every Airstream travel trailer, compared to about 50 for your average white box trailer. Why do we take so long? Because we’re crafting something that will last for generations. Compare that to the average RV lifespan of 15 years, and it’s easy to see why careful craftsmanship matters.
Airstream Travel Trailer Shopping Guide
Have you ever wondered exactly what sets Airstream apart?
Why do Airstreams last for generations? Why do we choose the materials we do? All the answers and more are right here in the Why Airstream Guide. We’ll break down exactly what Airstream quality really means, and what it means for you.
Complete the form to get your free guide
The Quality of the Iconic Aluminum Travel Trailer
350 Hours Lasts a Lifetime
A Value that Continues to Increase
With Airstream, you’ll find lower maintenance costs, higher resale value (sometimes as high as the original purchase price), and the lowest cost of ownership of any trailer on the market. You’ll even save on gas, because their aerodynamic shape translates to up to 20% better fuel economy.
The Best Materials, The Best Products
Our standards for quality have always been self-imposed, since the days of our founder Wally Byam. He didn’t think it made sense to build products in any way but the absolute best way – and we still agree. Our travel trailers and touring coaches are built by hand by true craftspeople with an obsessive attention to detail. We use only the best materials and the most innovative ways to create and assemble them. And we never cut corners – especially when we can round them. And it’s all done right here in the United States at our Jackson Center, Ohio headquarters.