The extraordinary environment for aerospace technology that put Armstrong on the moon continues today
Glenn Richardson, managing director, advanced manufacturing, aerospace and aviation
Ohio is known as “the birthplace of aviation,” but its resources also helped get mankind to the moon. The Lewis Research Center was home to much of the testing and consulting for, and even the naming of, the Apollo 11 mission. Today, Ohio is where companies and research facilities continue to advance aerospace and aviation innovation.
Ohio offers unparalleled access to talent, resources and partnerships for expanding aerospace businesses
Glenn Richardson, managing director of advanced manufacturing and aerospace and aviation
In Ohio, our aerospace and aviation workforce and R&D, our academic institutions, hundreds of suppliers and manufacturers, and cutting-edge advancements in unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) make the state an unmatched location to expand and develop an aerospace company.
Ohio’s strong aerospace industry sparks international interest
Tim Sweeney, director, JobsOhio
Dedienne Aerospace is an international company that sought to be closer to its aerospace customers in the Midwest. When the company began evaluating locations for its second U.S. facility, Ohio’s economic development team quickly engaged the company. After learning about Ohio’s robust aerospace and aviation industry, Dedienne confidently made its decision.
Ohio network shares Ohio's aerospace industry with the world
Glenn Richardson, JobsOhio managing director of advanced manufacturing and aerospace
The well-established aerospace ecosystem is the reason that Ohio is the number 1 supplier state to Boeing and Airbus, and consists of nearly 600 private companies employing 41,000 Ohioans. JobsOhio, REDI Cincinnati, Dayton Development Coalition and TechSolve spread the word about aerospace and aviation in Ohio with industry leaders at The Farnborough International Airshow, one of the top trade events for the global Aerospace and Aviation industry.