Amarillo, Texas is home to the Bell Helicopter Textron Amarillo Assembly Center, where final assembly of the V-22 Osprey, refurbishment of the UH-1Y Yankee and AH-1Z Zulu are performed.
The Amarillo EDC funded the construction of these state-of-the-art facilities. Job growth is projected to employ 1,800 workers.
TAC Air is a modern FBO facility conveniently located at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport. Services include Avgas and Jet A. TAC Air houses a pilot and customer lounge, conference room, pilot briefing area, weather information center, overnight and extended-stay hangar space and tie-downs, a full-service Philips Performance Center, avionics and maintenance, and de-icing.
Leading Edge Aviation Services
Leading Edge Aviation Services occupies five large hangars and two support buildings where they repaint airliners, from DC-9 to B-747 400 aircraft. Leading Edge has occupied space at the airport since 1991.
Headsets, Inc manufactures active noise reduction modules for aviation and industry headsets. The headset modules are compatible with popular industry models such as David Clark, but are considerably more affordable.
Rico Aviation L.L.C.
Rico Company is an international fixed wing air ambulance and charter service company, based here in Amarillo, Texas. The company covers the United States, with its 30 nurses and paramedics, flying critical patients to selected hospitals. Rico has two planes based in Amarillo and one based in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Rico also offers a Citation jet for private charter services.