Georgetown-based company purchased and remodeled a hangar, invest $284,000 in Martin County
FRANKFORT, Ky. (June, 9 2017) – Thoroughbred Aviation Maintenance Inc., which provides aircraft maintenance, avionics, painting and structural repair, along with overhauling and refurbishment, will open a 15-employee operation at Big Sandy Regional Airport in Martin County, Gov. Matt Bevin announced today.
“We are excited to see this continued growth of Kentucky-based Thoroughbred Aviation Maintenance,” Gov. Bevin said. “This new Martin County facility is further proof that Kentucky offers the qualified workforce and resources needed to support our growing aviation and aerospace industry. We are grateful to Thoroughbred for its commitment to multiple operations around our state and wish the company well in all its future ventures.”
Thoroughbred, headquartered in Georgetown, has purchased a hangar in Martin County to house the new operation. The location will help Thoroughbred service clients and attract new business in Eastern Kentucky, Southeast Ohio, Virginia and West Virginia.