We Make Aerospace Businesses Soar
Ohio is the birthplace of aviation. Today, it is the top supplier globally to the two largest aviation manufacturers: Airbus and Boeing. Since World War I, when Cleveland Plus became a major player in producing aircraft engine parts, our region has been integral to aerospace-related industries.
Today, aerospace and aviation represent a $3.2 billion cluster in the Cleveland Plus region, which has become a major hub for aerospace component design, engineering and production.
Aerospace and aviation businesses that locate in Northeast Ohio are supported by R&D, education and training resources, including the NASA Glenn Research Center and the Ohio Aerospace Institute, and join a network of thousands of aerospace manufacturers and suppliers.
- Ball Aerospace
- Eaton Corporation
- Flight Options
- GE Aviation
- GrafTech International, LTD
- Honeywell International, Inc.
- L-3 Communications
- LG Fuel Cell Systems
- Lockheed Martin
- Magellan Aerospace
- Meggitt PLC
- NASA Glenn Research Center
- Northrop Grumman
- Parker Hannifin
- PCC Airfoils, LLC
- RTI International Metals
- The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company
- The Timken Company
- Teledyne Continental Motors, Inc.
- United Airlines
- United Technologies Aerospace Systems
The OAI focuses on research and technology development,
workforce preparedness and engagement with global networks for
innovation and advocacy. It is a joint initiative of the NASA Glenn
Research Center, the Air Force Research Laboratory at
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, the state of Ohio, 10 Ohio public
and private universities granting doctoral degrees in
aerospace-related engineering disciplines, and numerous companies
engaged in aerospace activities. The OAI was founded in 1989 to
enhance the competitiveness of aerospace companies in the
MAGNET assists advanced materials manufacturers, as well as
other manufacturers, in adopting innovative manufacturing
strategies and techniques.