While Maine has a long history in the aerospace community, what’s happening here now is truly exciting. Our prime location, diverse transportation infrastructure, dedicated and skilled workforce, and first-class innovation and R&D centers make Maine an excellent match for the dynamic 21st century global aerospace industry. Recognized as a quality precision manufacturing state producing a wide variety of top-quality aerospace products, Maine’s aerospace sector and supply chain are currently poised for take off and invite you aboard for the ride.

Poised for Take Off

Maine is recognized for quality precision manufacturing.


  • Maine companies are producing top-quality aerospace products, including thermal insulation, hydraulic sensors, and landing systems.
  • Pratt & Whitney’s plant in North Berwick, Maine has one of the highest quality outputs of their entire worldwide operations.
  • Maine is home to first-class innovation and R&D centers.

Select Global Aerospace Companies in Maine

Brunswick Landing – Center for Innovation

Brunswick Landing: Maine's Center for Innovation

Maine’s Center for Innovation is a progressive and innovative location for aviation and aerospace companies.

Since 2012, more than $20 million has been invested in modernizing Brunswick Executive Airport to convert it from military to civilian use and improving the safety and energy efficiency of world-class facilities. Recent projects include the installation of radiant heat in Hangars 4, 5, 6; epoxying of hangar floors; LED lighting on runways and inside hangars; 10-bay T-hangars project; snow removal equipment shed construction; restriping runway and taxiway markings; installation of PAPI system. These upgrades have transformed what was a closed Naval Air Base into essentially a brand new aviation complex.

The Brunswick Executive Airport is part of a broader high-tech business campus that includes a CNC machining center, welding shop, 3D printers, and on-site Composites Engineering Research Lab (CERL). An environmentally controlled composites layup room, curing oven, and paint booth – all designed to aviation standards – are currently being constructed.  An airframes and powerplant (A&P) training center is expected to be operational in 2018.

Aerospace Capacity in Maine

  • Brunswick Landing: Maine’s Center for Innovation
  • Bangor International Airport
  • Bangor Aviation Services
  • Loring International Airport
  • Loring Commerce Centre
  • Over 50 aerospace suppliers in state