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Aviation Avionics & Instruments (AAIC) announced plans to relocate from Freeport, New York to Owasso, Okla. The company offers MRO services for a broad range
Governor Kevin Stitt joined executives from Stroud-based Mint Turbines today to announce that the company will become a T700 licensed maintenance, repair and overhaul provider
North Star Scientific (NSS) Corporation, a Hawaii-based company, has announced plans to expand to Oklahoma City. The company plans to start operations in January with
Oklahoma City-based ATS World Wide has invented an automated taxi system that could revolutionize airport operations. Their invention, which moves airplanes on and around an
Article by Michael Dekker for the Tulsa World Aerospace company CymSTAR will hire 80-plus new employees over the next three years with engineering salaries of
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce’s ACES program hosted a webinar with the Swiss Aerospace Cluster about Oklahoma’s aerospace industry, as well as the opportunities available and benefits of doing business in
Article by Steve Metzer for The Journal Record Oklahoma has not escaped this year’s severe turbulence in the aerospace industry, aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic,
The Oklahoma Department of Commerce will host a webinar, Oklahoma Aerospace Opportunities: Why Companies are Landing in Oklahoma, for aerospace & defense companies on Monday,
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Tulsa is one of only 16 locations where Amazon will be using electric vehicles for customer deliveries.Read More
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