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Resicum plans aviation training facility at Selma’s Craig Field

SELMA, Alabama — Governor Kay Ivey announced today that Resicum International LLC, which provides flight training and maintenance support to government, commercial and general aviation customers, plans to open an aviation training academy at Craig Field in Selma that will prepare the next generation of industry professionals from around the world.

Resicum plans to invest $1.3 million and create 70 jobs over a three-year period at its new operational hub at the former U.S. Air Force base in Dallas County. The jobs will pay an average wage of $30 an hour, not counting benefits.

The Craig Field Airport & Industrial Authority and the Selma & Dallas County Economic Development Authority said Resicum has signed a 10-year lease for a 50,000-square-foot hangar on the Craig Field flight line.

Renovation work is already under way on the facility.

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