I would agree that the floors in airstreams should be marine grade plywood, but that is probably too expensive.
When we built an addition on my mom and dad's house, we did not skimp on material and before it was under roof it got rained on. After it cleared up we broomed the excess water off. After only one small dose of water many of the plywood sheets de-laminated. The lumer yard blamed it on a bad batch from the company.
I wonder if Trex makes a plywood type underlayment material, then water would not be too much of an issue.