By Deba Uwadiae
Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted has described as a win the relocation of the headquarters of the FlightSafety International to Columbus, Ohio.
“This is a wonderful day for Ohio State. We love winning. This is a winning day for Ohio and in the aviation industry,” Lt. Governor Jon Husted said at the FlightSafety International Ribbon Cutting Event to celebrate the company’s new headquarters in Columbus.
“Ohio is continuing in its leadership in air supremacy with FlightSafety International moving in. Our past and future aviation is great.”
FlightSafety International is an aviation training company that manufactures and supplies training simulators, visual systems and displays to commercial, government and military organizations to train pilots in all types of flight conditions.
Previously headquartered in Melville, New York, FlightSafety officially made Columbus home in late 2021. The new 35,000-square-foot facility will support long-term growth, talent recruitment and workforce retention in the Columbus region.
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