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GA Telesis Joint Venture Creating 50 New Jobs at Wilmington Air Park

Investment will Revitalize a Hangar and attract High-Wage Operations

Mon May 23 2022

Company Name: GA Telesis Engine Services, LLC

Location: Wilmington

Site Region: Western

Industry Sector: Aerospace and Aviation

Company Profile: Full-service aircraft engine overhaul and repair provider. Provider of comprehensive commercial aircraft engine services, including repair and overhaul services for General Electric, and CFM International engines.

Project Summary:

Type of Project: Joint Venture

Jobs:

  • Jobs committed: 50
  • Jobs retained: 0

Country of Origin: USA

Capital Investment: $0

Timetable: This new Specialized Procedures Aeroengine Hospital (SPAH) is projected to be operational in the Fall of 2022.

Company Need:

GA Telesis and ATSG/CAM have partnered to jointly develop a dedicated “Specialized Procedures Aeroengine Hospital” that will provide a wide array of light and medium maintenance services and testing for CF6-80A, CF6-80C and CFM56-7B. GA Telesis provides this service in Helsinki, Finland, and will now provide it to US and Canadian operators. It’s estimated that 80% of the aircraft engine market is within 1,000 trucking miles. The ATSG/CAM partnership also guarantees throughput for this endeavor. The facility will be capable of inducting more than two hundred engines per year, focused on those manufactured by General Electric, Pratt & Whitney, International Aero Engine, and CFM International.

Testimonial:

“As a part of the joint venture with GA Telesis, we are pleased that the Ohio Department of Development, JobsOhio, Dayton Development Coalition and the Clinton County Port Authority made locating the facility at the Wilmington Air Park a reality for the community and the region.”
Rich Corrado
President and CEO of ATSG

Why Ohio?

Ohio is the birthplace of aviation and a place for leading-edge aerospace research, innovation, and collaborative development. As the No. 1 supplier state to Boeing and Airbus, Ohio is a powerhouse producer of systems and parts for the aerospace industry, leveraging innovation infrastructure and manufacturing know-how. A mix of government, corporate, and military investment makes Ohio the ideal location for companies looking to expand and advance their aviation and aerospace operations.

Collaborators:

JobsOhio, Dayton Development Coalition, Ohio Department of Development, Clinton County Port Authority, Wilmington Air Park

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