Marshall Aerospace Bringing 240 New Jobs to PTI Airport

Marshall Aerospace, one of the world’s largest independent aerospace and defense companies, has announced plans to establish a new aircraft maintenance and engineering facility at the Piedmont Triad International Airport Mega Site in Greensboro.

The new facility will support the company’s continued growth and expansion in the United States, and is expected to create 240 new jobs in the Triad, contributing to the local economy and community. The company plans to invest $50 million in the new facility, featuring state-of-the-art technology and equipment for aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul. The new facility will be designed with sustainability in mind, incorporating energy-efficient systems and practices to minimize its environmental impact.

“The addition of Marshall Aerospace will make an enormous impact on our workforce,” said Greensboro Mayor Nancy Vaughan. “The City welcomes this multimillion-dollar investment, which reinforces our placement as North Carolina’s aerospace capital.”

The Greensboro City Council approved at least $240,000 in incentives recently at its April 17, meeting in support of this development.

“We believe Piedmont Triad International Airport is the ideal home of our US Aerospace operations,” said Marshall Group CEO Kathy Jenkins. “We are proud to join the well-established Greensboro aerospace ecosystem and will strive to make the greatest possible contribution to the North Carolinian community and economy. We are very grateful for the exceptional support and partnership we have received from Greensboro City Council and the State Government of North Carolina as we look to expand our operations in North America.”