The tempered tinted windows with the double cam latching system are included with several Airstream travel trailer models. The hand-crafted, custom Airstream windows and are riveted right into the frame of the travel trailer. These windows are designed to give you a bigger opening radius so more breeze can flow throughout the cabin. All windows are crafted in Jackson Center, Ohio.
Opening the Airstream Windows
- Rotate the bottom latches on each side so they're horizontal
- Grab the lift handles located halfway up the window frame
- Lift evenly on both levers to open the window
What if my windows are stuck?
The window gaskets used in Airstream travel trailers can seal the window shut, especially when the trailer is left out in the sun or in hot weather. Click here to learn how to open stuck windows, and how to prevent sticking in the future.
How does the window stay open?
There are 3 different positions available to keep the window open. As the levers are lifted, you can see the locations to slide the supports into. Be sure the support arms are fully slid into position before releasing the handles.
- Lower Notches
- Middle Notches
- Upper Notches
Note: The windows can only be opened from the inside
Note: Please be mindful when walking around the exterior of the Airstream travel trailer when the window are open to avoid making unsought contact with them.