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Virus challenges are temporary roadblocks as Oklahoma’s aerospace industry anticipates growth

by The 100 Companies
Oklahoma aerospace

Aviation Day is approaching on Aug. 19, an opportune time to evaluate how the Oklahoma aerospace industry is weathering the COVID-19 pandemic.

Although Oklahoma aerospace – the state’s second-largest and fastest-growing industry – has suffered from pandemic-related turbulence, Oklahoma continues to be a worldwide hub for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), providing critical services to commercial and military systems.

Despite global uncertainty, factors including a supportive business climate, heavy involvement in defense, interested investors and established technical schools and universities to provide training and research give Oklahoma’s aerospace industry measures of stability, leading experts to predict the sector remains poised for growth.

Andrew Aston, Jones PR

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