StandardAero Makes Investment in Right to Work Georgia

Right to Work Georgia Economic Update

StandardAero is investing $33 million in order to expand in Right to Work Augusta, Georgia. As a result, they will also create 90 new jobs. So this is great news for Richmond County!

From Area Development Magazine:

“The new facility will add over 60 percent of new space to our existing footprint. […] The current facility was built in the 1970s, when aircraft were a lot smaller. The new facility will allow us to support additional super mid-size to large cabin aircraft for airframe and avionics while also significantly expanding our engine shop to further support many of those aircraft.” […]

“StandardAero is one of Georgia’s companies that is making a global impact. […] Georgia exported $11.1 billion of aerospace products in 2023 alone. This includes products sent to Augusta for repair and maintenance before being shipped to international customers. We are excited that StandardAero will continue to be part of Georgia’s economic vitality, and congratulations to Augusta and Richmond County for creating an additional 90 new long-term jobs for Georgians.” […]

“We are ecstatic about StandardAero’s expansion. […] This expansion is a key building block for future Airport growth. We are very fortunate to have partnerships, both private and public, that work closely together to bring this to fruition. The expansion will not only generate significant regional economic impact, but it will also provide support to our efforts to educate local youth and increase workforce development.”


To read the previous economic update on Right to Work states, click here.

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