Aerospace Alliance states are constantly making advancements and innovating the aviation and aerospace industries. Learn more about latest news and developments below.
Ocean Aero locating manufacturing operations and headquarters in Gulfport
Ocean Aero, manufacturer and service provider of ocean-going autonomous underwater and surface vehicles, is relocating its manufacturing operations and headquarters from San Diego to Gulfport. The project is a $4.65 million corporate investment and will create 45 jobs. Read more here.
Missed our webinar?
Trends, Investments & Advancements with Aerospace Alliance Leaders On August 12th, The Aerospace Alliance hosted a webinar featuring the heads of economic development from Alabama, Florida, Louisiana and Mississippi on current trends, advancements and investments in aviation, aerospace and commercial space in the region. We hope all of our attendees had an informative experience and […]
NASA’s Boeing Orbital Flight Test Scheduled for Launch
Recent Activities in the Aerospace Alliance Cooridor
Next Element for NASA’s Moon Rocket Gets Stacked for Artemis I at Kennedy Space Center
After COVID delay, Pensacola’s 2nd ST Engineering hangar to be complete by September 2022
NASA Prepares to Stack Moon Rocket’s Core Stage
Pensacola International Airport Looking to Expand
Louisiana Governor Edwards And Breeze Airways Announce New Orleans Airport Operations
NASA Fires Up Fourth RS-25 Engine Test for Future Artemis Moon Missions at Stennis Space Center
NASA Mega Moon Rocket Passes Key Test, Readies for Launch
NASA Joins Two Major Artemis II Core Stage Structures
U.S. Space Force Renames 45th Space Wing at Patrick Space Force Base to Space Launch Delta 45
Gulf Coast Aerospace Corridor Overview
Learn more about the aerospace and aviation activities in the region between Southeast Louisiana and Northwest Florida by downloading the Gulf Coast Reporters’ League Gulf Coast Aerospace Corridor Overview – now in its seventh edition. The latest publication provides additional context about the tremendous growth of aerospace and aviation activities in all four states.Download Overview