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As one of two major aviation centers in Minnesota, Duluth International Airport is proud to serve as home base for a number of growing industries in flight.
The 148th Fighter Wing of the Minnesota Air National Guard is an integral part of our aviation center and provides education and advanced training opportunities for young men and women entering the aviation field.
Cirrus Design manufactures the SR-20 and SR-22 aircraft and employs more than 1,000 highly skilled workers. The company also recently unveiled “The-Jet”, its first jet-propelled private aircraft, and is planning for major expansion and growth in the immediate future.
The Lake Superior Aviation Program provides ground and flight training courses to individuals looking to get their pilot’s licenses.
Lake Superior College teaches aircraft fire-fighting courses here as part of a two-year degree in fire technology and administration.
Northstar Aerospace creates precision-machined components, including aircraft seats, parts and assemblies for the aerospace industry. The company works with a number of major airplane manufacturers, such as Cirrus, Eclipse and Adams, among others.