Airbus modern and comprehensive product line comprises families of aircraft ranging from 107 to 525 seats: the single-aisle A320 Family, the wide-body long-range A330/A340 and the all-new next generation A350 XWB Family, and the ultra long-range, double-decker A380 Family. Across all its fly-by-wire aircraft families the Airbus approach ensures that aircraft share the highest possible degree of commonality in airframes, on-board systems, cockpits and handling characteristics, which reduces significantly operating costs for airlines. The company offers jetliner products; passenger aircraft; corporate jets in corporate, VIP, and government aviation versions; freighter aircraft for general and express freight markets; and military aircraft, including military and humanitarian transport airlifters. It also sells/leases its used aircraft to airlines; and offers support services, including on-demand commercial charter flights, airline launch consultancy, engineering and maintenance, flight hour, technical and spare parts, crew and personnel training, e-solutions for airlines' processes, aircraft upgrading, and field services. In addition, it offers A350 XWB Configurator, a central configuration tool that supports Airbus sales, marketing, and customer engineering teams in creating airline-specific cabin layouts and aircraft configurations and presenting them in 3D, with realistic representations of the selected materials and ambient lighting scenarios. Airbus S.A.S. was formerly known as Airbus Industrie GIE. The company was founded in 1970 and is based in Toulouse, France with spare parts centers in Hamburg, Frankfurt, Washington, Beijing, and Singapore. It also has subsidiaries in the United States, China, Japan, and the Middle East; training centers in Toulouse, Miami, Hamburg, and Beijing; support centers in Toulouse, Washington D.C., and Beijing; and field service offices internationally. The company has six locations in the U.S., including the headquarters of Airbus Americas, located in Herndon, Virginia; engineering centers in Mobile, Alabama and Wichita, Kansas; aircraft spares center in Ashburn, Virginia; training center in Miami, Florida; and a regulatory and government liaison office in Washington, D.C. This presence was expanded in April 2013 with the groundbreaking for a new A320 Family production facility in Mobile, which will build A319, A320 and A321 jetliners beginning in 2015. Airbus S.A.S. operates as a subsidiary of European Aeronautic Defence and Space Company EADS N.V.