Airport Tenants

 Central Georgia Technical College - CGTC provides education for an eleven-county service area in central Georgia.  The school utilizes a semester-based academic year. The highest degree at Central Georgia Technical College is an associate agree. Robins Air Force Base Commodities Maintenance Group and Central Georgia Technical College will partner in a new aviation program that will produce skilled aviation workers for Georgia’s thriving aerospace industry. This Joint use, 200,000 sq. ft. facility will house the 42nd Commodities Maintenance Group.

 

Dean Baldwin - Serving the aviation industry for over 54 years. This new facility with approximately 502,000 square feet  will house 17 full service aircraft strip and paint bays. Dean Baldwin specializes on aircraft painting for military and commercial aircraft. Estimating over 350 jobs.

 

 Embraer-  A Brazilian company that is one of the largest commercial aircraft companies in the world. Recently expanding their operations to Macon. They operate the 155,000 sq. ft. Central Ramp MRO facility. Estimating over 200 jobs.

 

MHI RJ Aviation Group - The lease has been signed for two additional lines of maintenance, with the potential to grow that number to four, which would bring the total up to 40 lines of maintenance within the MHIRJ network. With facilities in Macon, Georgia; Bridgeport, West Virginia and Tucson, Arizona, MHIRJ is the world’s largest Regional MRO. The new facility will add around 200 jobs in the local community at full capacity.

 

 Lowe Aviation- Founded in 1946. Lowe Aviation is a full service Fixed Base Operation that has served Macon, handles refueling of transient aircraft and provides a weather and flight planning enter, waiting room for passengers, conference room, courtesy car for pilots, pilots lounge and supplies.

 

 Warner Robins Air Logistics Complex - Robins Air Force Base- Is a major Air Force Base that is home one of the three Air Force Air Logistics Centers. Robins Air Force Base Commodities Maintenance Group and Central Georgia Technical College will partner in a new aviation program that will produce skilled aviation workers for Georgia’s thriving aerospace industry. This Joint use, 200,000 sq. ft. facility will house the 42nd Commodities Maintenance Group.