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Aircraft Recycling Company Will Invest Nearly $100 Million at the N.C. Global TransPark Creating 475 Jobs

WorldNews Tuesday, 24 December 2019
"More good jobs and investment are coming to the Global TranPark,” said Governor Cooper. “From the west to the east, North Carolina’s aviation and aerospace sector is thriving as companies continue to find the skilled workers and training programs they need to compete in this global industry.” Aircraft Solutions serves commercial and military clients with aircraft that have reached their end of life stage and are ready for decommissioning. Despite an aircraft’s age, older airframes often contain many valuable parts and materials that can be recycled. Useful parts may include engines, undercarriage equipment, avionics, and in-flight entertainment systems. In phase one of the project, Aircraft...
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