of Vermont’s GDP
Jobs in Aerospace Manufacturing
and Civil Aviation
Aerospace, Aviation and Defense
Economic Impact of Aviation Activity
World-Class Aerospace Leaders.
Vermont maintains a thriving aerospace and aviation industry, home to industry leaders such as GE Aviation and Collins Aerospace.
Yes, you can do that in Vermont. Vermont maintains a thriving aerospace and aviation industry, home to industry leaders such as GE Aviation and Collins Aerospace, and an established, world-class supplier base of over 250 small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). The Boeing Company alone has 23 suppliers and vendors based in Vermont, supporting an estimated 2,800 jobs. Explore aerospace companies in Vermont.
World-class aerospace leaders such as Airbus, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, and Northrop Grumman rely on Vermont’s manufacturers to design, build, and deliver the finest quality products with innovation, competitive advantage, and speed to market.
Vermont is also home to the cutting-edge aviation company Beta Technologies, specializing in aircraft electrification.
Vermont’s airport system is a logical testbed for electrified aircraft testing and operation for a variety of reasons including the varied geography, topography, and seasonal changes; distance to each airport (within range of existing battery technology); and rural nature. A prototype electric aircraft charging facility is currently under construction at Burlington International Airport. Pilot instruction at Burlington International Airport means student pilots can be part of a workforce pipeline that can later give them a leg up on finding employment in Vermont.
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Aerospace in Vermont
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