Florida’s aviation sector could expand in 2013 thanks to tax incentives from the local government. According to Florida Today, two aerospace companies in Brevard County, Florida, may set up new operations in the area if local officials offer tax breaks to their firms.??
Both businesses are seeking tax incentives that would allow them to expand their work teams. However, the additional funding could provide a boom to the state’s economy, as these companies would employ local workers to fill roles in their firms.??
Oklahoma appears ready for growth in its aerospace sector, which is reflected in recent enhancements across the state. The Muskogee Phoenix reports that a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) plan will bring new aerospace jobs to the area over the next few years, and these positions could dramatically impact the local economy.??
FAA officials intend to integrate unmanned vehicles into U.S. airspace with help from several Oklahoma aerospace companies. If the projects are successful, more jobs could become available to professionals around the state, and these specialists can become consistent contributors within the industry and the national economy.??
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