Executive HeliJet takes off again in Horry County, creating 75 Jobs
MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. — Executive HeliJet, a local maintenance, repair and completion center for aircraft, announced expansion plans in Horry County. The company will add 75 new, full-time jobs to their current operations, investing approximately $1 million dollars in equipment and facility improvements over a five-year period.
Executive HeliJet performs all aircraft maintenance and repair actions, including aircraft painting, interiors, avionics installations, engine and propeller overhaul services, phase and annual aircraft inspections, structural and sheet metal repair, as well as commercial airline maintenance and support. Additionally, the company operates a fleet of 25 aircraft, providing numerous flight services and pilot training.
The company will hire maintenance repair technicians, operators, skilled craftsman, and managerial, professional and technical support. These jobs will pay an average of $20.55 per hour with employee benefits.
Executive HeliJet is currently a tenant at the North Myrtle Beach Airport and the Myrtle Beach International Airport, and with this expansion plans to lease additional space at Myrtle Beach International Airport.
Read more of this story at Myrtle Beach Regional Economic Development. Photo courtesy of Executive HeliJet.