Feb 22, 2013
Jacksonville Business Journal
Jacksonville officials are trying to entice a Georgia aviation company to relocate to Jacksonville so it can expand its operations.
Brunswick-based Stambaugh Aviation wants to expand its current operations, but its owners say the Glynn County Airport Commission is hampering them from doing so, Action News Jax.
Jacksonville officials at Cecil Airport have sent a proposal to the company to entice them to move to Florida, the proposal includes plans for a new 30,000 square-foot facility.
If Stambaugh comes to Jacksonville, it would bring more than 100 jobs with an average salary of $56,000 with plans for more hires.
Stambaugh Aviation does maintenance and repairs on jets.