In Ohio, new aviation industry jobs are becoming available at the Wilmington Air Park. According to the Cincinnati Business Courier, the Air Transport Services Group is adding to its work team and will hire more airline maintenance and flight operations professionals to support its operations.
"We are pleased to see [this company] join the Wilmington Air Park community," Kevin Carver, Wilmington Air Park executive director, told the news source. "[It] is a win-win for both the company and the community."
Many airlines are concerned about their operating costs, but US Airways officials recently noted that they intend to keep their workforce intact as they prepares to relocate their corporate headquarters. The East Valley Tribune reports that US Airways and American Airlines could merge, which would result in four larger airlines controlling almost 86 percent of the market. While the merger would require US Airways to move its Arizona operations to Texas, company leaders acknowledged that they would still keep the Grand Canyon State work team in place.
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