Rural Oklahoma wins today with Gov. Kevin Stitt landing the international headquarters of Premium Aerospace Center (PAC) in Burns Flat.
The global aerospace company plans to create 600 jobs and a $49 million investment in the state by 2026 at the Oklahoma Air & Space Port complex, the first inland spaceport in the U.S. State Senator Brent Howard, of Altus, said “This is the kind of investment to fuel more economic growth and job creation in our rural area.”
PAC credited the Governor’s infrastructure investment, the Western Technology Center and Oklahoma CareerTech system.
Another economic win for Gov. Stitt!