Posts Tagged ‘jets’

GE Aviation to choose contractor for new plant

by Associated Press Published: January 30,2012

Tags: airplanes, aviation, builders, building, construction, contractor, defense, industrial parks, jets, military, plant, technology

ELLISVILLE — GE Aviation officials will soon choose a contractor to build a planned 300,000-square-foot plant in Ellisville, and hope to open it next year, company spokesman Rick Kennedy says. GE Aviation, a unit of the General Electric Co. said in July that the $56 million project was planned for the Howard Technology Park. We […] [...]

GE Aviation: GE90 engine sees record-breaking year

by MBJ Staff Published: January 20,2012

Tags: airliners, airlines, aviation, commercial aviation, engines, jets, manufacturing

BATESVILLE — The GE90 engine experienced its most successful year in 2011, accumulating airline and freighter operator commitments for 400 engines with a list price of more than $11 billion, according to GE Aviation. This surpasses the previous record of 250 engine commitments in 2007. This year included a record-setting Emirates’ order for 50 Boeing […] [...]

Airport prepares for military training program

by Associated Press Published: January 19,2012

Tags: air, air travel, airplanes, airports, business travel, flight, jets, military, planes, tourism, tourists, training, transportation, travel, visitors

COLUMBUS — Working with the nation’s busiest air base in just one part of the multifaceted role of Golden Triangle Regional Airport. Other facets include economic development, business travel and passenger air service. “They’re a key enabler to our training environment here,” said Rick Johnson, chief public affairs officer for Columbus Air Force Base. That […] [...]

Airport to pay more for runway expansion

by Associated Press Published: December 21,2011

Tags: air, air travel, airliners, airlines, airplanes, airports, construction, jets, transportation, travel

TUPELO — The Tupelo Airport Authority has agreed to a $267,000 increase requested by the company building a runway extension. Century Construction asked for the increase after losing access to its resource for “fill dirt.” Century bid around $5.2 million to extend the runway by 650 feet. Century president Colin Maloney says the company lost […] [...]

Columbus AFB to lose 17 civilian jobs in cost-cutting move

by Associated Press Published: November 6,2011

Tags: Air Force, budget, civilians, cost cutting, defense, jets, jobs, military, payroll, planes, workers

COLUMBUS — Columbus Air Force Base expects to lose about 17 jobs as the Air Force moves to trim its civilian work force by 9,000 people. CAFB chief of manpower/personnel Christopher Chesser tells WTVA-TV four of those are positions that are already vacant, two are taking early retirement and the other 11 will be taken […] [...]

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