First In Flight

2013

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future Sky-HigH for AviAtion in nortHeAStern nC In 1903 two famous brothers showed the world how to fly in North Carolina. Today there's a regional approach to serving the aviation industry in northeastern North Carolina. With an ideal location on the Mid-Atlantic Coast between Florida and the Northeast and our business-friendly attitude, the region welcomes expanding and start-up businesses. If you're thinking about expanding or starting an aviation-related business, northeastern North Carolina offers a long list of good Northeastern North Carolina offers a ready workforce and aviation-compatible facilities, plus an idyllic lifestyle—a mild four-season climate, an inviting real estate environment and proximity to the world-famous Outer Banks beaches. Regional assets and reasons to land here. partnerships Help aviation Companies take off Situated within minutes of each other, these aviation-related facilities and workforce development programs are ready to power your company's growth. Future College of The Albemarle Currituck County Regional Aviation and Technical Training Center CurrituCk County College of the AlbemArle • Currituck County Regional Airport (KONX) & Maple Commerce Park • Workforce Development and Continuing Education Department • Home of the new College of The Albemarle Currituck County Regional Aviation and Technical Training Center (2013) • Aviation Systems Technology program (FAA approval pending) • Over 200 acres of shovel-ready, prime industrial real estate with direct apron access in a wooded, park-like setting • College of The Albemarle Currituck County Regional Aviation and Technical Training Center (2013) • A North Carolina Certified Site, zoned heavy manufacturing, with all utilities installed • Entry-level and continuing training for airframe and powerplant certified technicians • Adjacent resources include NCSU Extension, Currituck YMCA, recreation fields and nature trails • Workforce for air carriers, manufacturers, repair stations, fixed base operators, flight schools and government aviation operators 252.232.6015 ThinkcurriTuck.com 252.335.0821 ext. 2233 albemarle.edu elizAbeth City & PAsquotAnk County • Elizabeth City Aviation Research & Development Commerce Park • Connected by C-130-class taxiway to 7,200foot runway shared by Coast Guard and Elizabeth City Pasquotank Regional Airport • Adjacent to Air Station Elizabeth City— largest Coast Guard aircraft maintenance depot in the country • Able to accommodate Boeing 747s, general aviation aircraft • $12 million investment in infrastructure, unlimited bandwidth available by 2013 888.338.1678 discoverec.com

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