Sunday, June 23, 2019

Book, newsletter available

The June edition of the bimonthly Gulf Coast Reporters League/Gulf Coast Aerospace Corridor Newsletter is available at the website Gulf Coast Aerospace Corridor. This issue summarizes the just-released biennial reference book, Gulf Coast Aerospace Corridor 2019-2020. Both the newsletter and book are available by clicking the appropriate icon in the column to the right. (Source: Gulf Coast Reporters League, 06/23/19)

Tuesday, April 9, 2019

April newsletter available

The April edition of the bi-monthly Gulf Coast Reporters League/Gulf Coast Aerospace Corridor Newsletter is now available at the website Gulf Coast Aerospace Corridor. There's a story about the National Flight Academy in Pensacola, which is piquing the interest of young people in the aerospace and aviation fields at a time that the industry is facing shortages of workers. There's also a story about the new helicopter simulators at Naval Air Station Whiting Field, near Milton, Fla. (Source: GCAC Newsletter, 04/09/19)

Tuesday, February 19, 2019

February newsletter available

The February 2019 Gulf Coast Reporters League/Gulf Coast Aerospace Corridor Newsletter is now available for download. It includes a story about the groundbreaking for the A220 final assembly line in Mobile, Ala., which promises to have a huge impact on the region. There's also a story about the Navy's official opening of Site X in Santa Rosa County, a more capable outlying field than the one it replaced in Escambia County. There's also a summary of key stories that occurred since the last newsletter, including additionl funding for Pensacola's maintenance, repair and overhaul project. (Source: GCAC Newsletter, 2/19/18)

Wednesday, January 2, 2019

December newsletter available

The December 2018 Gulf Coast Aerospace Corridor Newsletter is now available for download. It includes a story about the recent Aerospace Alliance Summit, and the large number of aerospace jobs that will open up in the Mobile-Pensacola area of the corridor in the next few years. There's also a story about a possible new tanker battle looming, and a story about Tyndall Air Force Base being seen as a possible base for F-35 fighters. (Source: GCAC Newsletter, 12/18/18)