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Boeing subsidiary announces expansion at North Central West Virginia Airport


BRIDGEPORT, W.Va. — Aurora Flight Sciences plans to double the size of its facility and workforce at the North Central West Virginia Airport in Bridgeport in the next five years.

Aurora Senior Operations Manager Scott Jones said the company came to Bridgeport in the late 1990s and purchased its first facility from Northrup Grumman in 2000.

“Amazingly enough, we still have some people working here who were with that crew,” Jones said. “We’re now up to six buildings; we’ve expanded our workforce to nearly 200, and the growth isn’t stopping.”

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