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Aerospace

Aerospace products are Georgia’s No. 1 export ($9.19 billion in 2021) and the state’s second largest manufacturing industry generating a $57.5B economic impact. Business-friendly policies, a major international airport, and skilled workforce are just a few reasons more than 800 aerospace companies call Georgia home. A culture of collaboration among leaders from the industry, academia, and government are key to the continued growth and success.
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Aerospace Companies in Georgia

Since 2015, over 40 facilities located or expanded operations, creating more than 2,500 jobs. The presence of several global leaders in the aerospace manufacturing creates a diverse mix that includes OEMs, R&D, MRO, transportation services, hypersonics, cyber security operations, and unmanned aerial vehicles.
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A few of the powerhouse companies currently located in Georgia are:
Airbus
Arconic
Delta Air Lines
Gulfstream Aerospace
Hermeus
Lockheed Martin
Meggitt
Pratt & Whitney
Raytheon
StandardAero
Triumph
Thrush
Universal Alloy Group

Workforce Education Pipeline

Georgia is the ideal place for aerospace companies to find research partnerships and to hire skilled workers. More than 200,000 Georgians work in aerospace-related occupations, from aerospace engineers to machinists to CNC tool operators. New engineering graduates enter the field each year, including those from Georgia Tech—one of the leading producers of aerospace engineers in the country.

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Middle Georgia State University is one of only nine institutions in the U.S. to offer degrees in aviation ranging from Master's degree to one-year certificates. These FAA-certified programs focus on maintenance, flight training, and air traffic control collegiate training. Over the past five years, MGA has produced more than 650 graduates with aviation credentials The Technical College System of Georgia offers a variety of aerospace-related degree and certificate programs to both develop a pipeline of qualified workers as well as enhance the skills of existing workers. Programs include two-year degrees, one-year diplomas and fast-track certificates in many relevant fields. For more information on Georgia’s technical college system, visit . Enriching this constant stream of new graduates is a number of veterans who are discharged from our military bases each year. All are well-trained and highly disciplined, and companies like Pratt & Whitney and Gulfstream are proud to have a contingency of veterans as part of their workforce.

Additionally, Georgia offers qualifying companies access to customized workforce training at no cost. Continuously ranked the No. 1 workforce training program in the nation, Georgia Quick Start is the premier partner for developing and delivering the needed talent for the aerospace industry.

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Delta Innovates with a World-Class Workforce
Collaborative and innovative partnerships with the state's universities and technical colleges has resulted in hiring the employees that take flight to the next level. Learn about innovations like ID tags so customers can track their bags, to the creation of a terminal that is 100% biometric - you never have to take out your passport or your boarding pass to board a flight - from Delta's chief people officer.
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Gulfstream Headquartered in Georgia Since 1967
In addition to being global headquarters, Georgia is also home to the company's largest manufacturing facility, and where they do all of their R&D. Hear from Gulfstream's VP, Law and Public Affairs on the advantages of operating in the state, and why the company is proud to be Georgia Made.

 

Aerospace R&D in Georgia

In fiscal year 2019, our universities and colleges spent $2.7 billion in R&D, an increase of 23% from FY16. Research is the backbone of the Georgia Tech Guggenheim School of Aerospace Engineering, which spent more than $163 million in FY19 on R&D expenditures. Active research programs include multidisciplinary projects in
  • Aerodynamics and fluid mechanics
  • Aeroelasticity and structural dynamics
  • Propulsion and compulsion
  • Structural mechanics and materials
  • System design and optimization

The Center of Innovation for Aerospace actively supports high-growth potential aerospace companies, using state-backed resources to provide access to academic intellectual capital, advanced university research, and industry expertise.

Private sector companies in Georgia are also very active in aerospace R&D.  , for example, is developing the X-60A which will serve the hypersonic flight test and suborbital research communities with an affordable air-launched single-stage liquid booster.    

Space

Georgia’s strategic location in the Southeast’s space cluster makes it ideally situated for companies in the space industry. During the 1960's, Camden County Georgia was one of the finalists in NASA's search for a potential launch site. NASA later tested rockets there. Georgia went on to become a leading producer of satellite communications technologies and developer of space industry talent. Learn more about Georgia's space industry here.

 

Unmanned Air Vehicles (UAS)

Georgia’s rapidly expanding UAS industry spans research, design, manufacturing, and operations. Georgia has the workforce, knowledge base, research capacity and facilities to provide a great location for any business in the unmanned systems arena. Our prominence in industries from film to agribusiness offer a large customer base for UAS companies.  In the private sector, the vibrant technology start-up community and innovative applications for UAS create opportunities for companies like Airbus Aerial, Area I, Atlanta Drone Group, Flyover Services, Phoenix Air Unmanned, and many others. A number of Georgia-based startups, such as Skyfire Consulting and VersaTOL, have made rapid strides in the past two years in developing innovative applications for UAS, including civilian use of first-responder and smokestack inspection drones.
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GDX

Georgia ranks 7th in Department of Defense spending nationwide. The Center of Innovation for Aerospace maintains an online database of Georgia defense contractors to facilitate opportunities for company connections and growth. In the , contractors can be searched by NAICS, PSC, or certifications.    

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