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  • Aerospace products are Georgia’s No. 1 export ($10.8B) and the state’s second largest manufacturing industry generating a $57.5B economic impact.
  • Among southeastern states, Georgia is the second most specialized in the production of aerospace products, generating greater export opportunities for local companies. Lockheed Martin and Gulfstream are among the largest exporters in Georgia.
  • Aircraft manufacturing accounts for more than 70 percent of all employment in Georgia’s aerospace industry, followed by other air transportation support activities and aircraft engine and engine parts manufacturing with 12.2 percent and 9.2 percent, respectively.
  • Georgia’s 800+ aerospace companies benefit from the synergies generated by a diverse range of aerospace organizations, which include major manufacturing, R&D, MRO, transportation services, and cyber security operations.
  • The current workforce consists of more than 100,000 aerospace employees, with new engineering graduates entering the field each year. Included in this alumni group are students from Georgia Tech – all of their engineering doctorate programs are ranked in the Top 5 according to U.S. News & World Report.
  • Robins Air Force Base and a dozen other expanding military facilities support Georgia’s growing aerospace industry with a highly skilled, well-trained workforce that’s in touch with aviation needs.

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Recent Investements:

Swedish manufacturer of military and aerospace-grade connectors to Open Facility, Create 100 Jobs in Bryan Co.

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