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Louisiana aviation exterior company is planning a two and half million dollar expansion
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A Louisiana company that specializes in painting commercial aircraft plans to spend $2.5 million to expand its services and, in the process, create 100 new jobs, state officials said Thursday.
The new jobs at New Iberia-based Aviation Exteriors Louisiana will have an average salary of nearly $57,000, plus benefits, Louisiana Economic Development said in a news release. Currently, the company has 83 people on its payroll.
Aviation Exteriors said it will develop a new aircraft hangar at Acadiana Regional Airport near New Iberia with extensive tooling and equipment so it can offer the new services, including aircraft maintenance and repair, The Advocate reported.
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