The Boeing Company
The Boeing Company is the largest tenant at Cecil Airport. As part of the company's Global Services and Support business, its focus is primarily on the modification and repair of F/A-18 Hornets for the Navy and Marine Corps. Just recently the facility established a capability for structural repair of flight control components for F/A-18 Hornet and Super Hornet after Boeing closed its Mesa, Arizona, location. The facility recently completed conversions of F/A-18C/D models for the next generation US Navy Blue Angels.
Boeing was awarded the QF-16 Full Scale Aerial Target contract by the Air Force with Boeing Cecil Airport selected as the program's production facility. Work on the non-Boeing platform will begin later this year when six prototype F-16 aircraft are to be converted to the QF-16 configuration.
Point of Contact: Dale Simms, Operations Manager
904-317-2410 or 904-303-1922 (cell)
Florida Army National Guard
(Army Aviation Support Facility)
Cecil Airport's Florida Army National Guard (FLARNG) contingent is part of the 1st Battalion of the 111th Aviation Regiment, 1204th AVIM and B/2-151 Security and Support Company. Aircraft currently maintained on the FLARNG’s leasehold are the CH-47 Chinook, UH-60 Blackhawk, UH-72 Lakota and the OH-58Kiowa, all aiding the Guard in both its Federal and State missions. The Aviation Units supported by the Army Aviation Support Facility #1 (AASF#1) deploy to various sites around the world in support of U.S. military operations, as well as around the state to support citizens after natural disasters such as hurricanes, floods or fires.AASF #1 is also home to the Counter Drug Program which utilizes the UH-72 Lakota’s used to support missions for civil search and rescue, personnel recovery, evacuation and counter-drug missions.
FLARNG has recently completed a new ready-hangar facility on the airport used for maintenance and to store helicopters between training flights
Flightstar Aircraft Services, Inc.
Flightstar specializes in maintenance, repair and overhaul of large
commercial aircraft and operates out of two Cecil Airport hangars, occupying
over 350,000 sq feet. They service multiple types of airframes including
B727, B737, B757, B767, DC-10, MD-11, DC-9, and MD-80 aircraft. Notable
heavy maintenance customers include Federal Express, AirTran Airways and
Allegiant Airlines. In addition to phase checks, aircraft leasing
companies and cargo carriers, such as DHL, contract with Flightstar to
convert B757s and B737s from passenger aircraft to freighter
For additional information please visit the website: http://flightstarjax.com
Fleet Readiness Center Southeast (FRCSE)
Naval Air Systems Command has oversight of eight Fleet Readiness Centers.
These modern industrial facilities provide in-depth overhaul, repair and
modification of aircraft, engines, avionics and aeronautical components.
FRCSE occupies two hangars at Cecil Airport for maintenance and modification of military aircraft.
The point of contact for FRCSE Cecil is John Bandor 904-317-5500.
Florida State College at Jacksonville and Florida Coast Career Tech
Florida State College at Jacksonville has been at Cecil Commerce Center and Cecil Airport since April 2001. The Aviation Center of Excellence opened its doors for classes in January 2002. The original facilities consisted of one administrative and classroom building (Building K) on Lake Fretwell Street on property owned by the City of Jacksonville, and an FAA-certified Part 147 Aviation Maintenance Technician school (Building H) located at Hangar 14 within the airfield fence line on Aerospace Way. In March 2009, the College opened the Aerospace Resource Center (Building J) on Authority Avenue.This facility houses the College’s flight simulators and air traffic control simulation facilities, as well as additional staff and faculty offices and classrooms. In January 2011, the College officially opened its doors to the Aircraft Services Educational Facility(Building L) on Skymaster Blvd,directly north of Flightstar Aircraft Services. Flightstar, an FAA-certified Part 145 Repair Station is a partner with the College and JAA in conducting maintenance, repair, and overhaul (MRO) work in the facility. The College delivers instruction in its classroom facilities and paint booth under the newly established Florida Coast Career Tech brand. Associate in Science (A.S.) degrees are available through the College in Aviation Maintenance Management, Professional Pilot Technology and Aviation Operations.
Jacksonville JetPort is Cecil Airport’s sole Fixed Base Operator (FBO). We take pride in providing our customers with the friendliest service around. Jacksonville Jetport is a full service FBO offering the following services:
-Free cell phone charging station
-Hotel and rental reservations
-Oxygen and nitrogen available
-LAV cart and GPU
-Highway access to downtown Jacksonville
-No ramp or landing fees
- Tom Tom GPS available
Contact Info: Chuck Lawson, General Manager email@example.com
LSI is an employee-owned military training company with Corporate Headquarters and primary training production facilities at Cecil Airport. LSI has over 450 employees at eight locations across the nation with over 350 working at our 125,000 sq. ft. Cecil Training Center. LSI provides a full range of training services including Instructional
Systems Design (ISD), courseware development, desktop simulations and training devices, gaming applications and technology, electronic classroom design and installation, instructor services and technical data support. LSI has been named one of the Top 100 Military training companies in the world with production experience in support of the U.S. Department of Defense, numerous foreign militaries and the
Robinson Aviation (RVA),Inc.
Robinson Aviation, Inc (RVA) is an aviation services company that specializes in air traffic control operations and is responsible for the operation and staffing of the Federal Contract Tower for Cecil Airport. The tower is open from 7 am – 9pm daily. Two FAA certified controllers are on duty at all times.
Visit RVA’s web page: www.rvainc.net.
U.S. Coast Guard
The United States Coast Guard Helicopter Interdiction Tactical Squadron (HITRON) is the Coast Guard's only aviation unit specifically trained and equipped to counter seaborne drug trafficking. Since its inception in 1998, HITRON has prevented more than $10 billion in illegal narcotics from reaching U.S.shores. HITRON utilizes MH-65C Dolphin helicopters armed with M240 7.62mm machine guns, M107 .50-caliber rifles and M14 7.62mm rifles to disable and deter suspect vessels. The HITRON squadron is located inside the fenced-off ramp area on the west side of the airport.
Wood Group Pratt & Whitney
Located at Cecil Airport, Wood Group Pratt & Whitney’s(WGPW) primary mission is to provide a full range of repair and overhaul services on General Electric LM2500 gas turbines. After work is completed, the gas generators are taken to an on-premises test cell where their performance is documented from idle to base power settings for the customer. WGPW can provide lease equipment to the customer while their equipment is being serviced, replacement components in a variety of conditions, auxiliary units (pumps, actuators, etc.) and complete rotable Engine Maintenance Units (EMU’s).WGPW also provides Field Service Engineers, special tooling, inspection and test equipment to support on-site servicing of the engines and engine control systems while installed at the customer’s facility.
As a secondary function, the WGPW Jacksonville Facility provides overflow repair, overhaul and testing capacity for our sister facility in Bloomfield, Connecticut, to service Pratt & Whitney GG4/FT4 equipment. Web: wgpwllc.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org