Aviation maintenance company opening at Louisiana airport


January 19, 2020

SHREVEPORT, La. (AP) — An aviation maintenance and repair facility will open at a northwest Louisiana airport to serve commercial airline customers.

Gov. John Bel Edwards announced Advanced Aero Services's plans for a new facility at the Shreveport Regional Airport. The startup company, called AAS, plans to create 60 new jobs at the site by next year, with an average annual salary of $49,600 plus benefits. Hiring is expected to begin within two months.

"Aerospace represents one of Louisiana's key industries today, and an important sector for growing Louisiana's economy in the future," Edwards...

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