Governor Rick Scott attended the ribbon cutting ceremony for Aviation Inflatables new headquarters in Sunrise. Aviation Inflatables currently employ 69 Floridians and they plan on creating 40 new jobs over the next three years. Aviation Inflatables is an FAA licensed repair station and reseller of emergency evacuation equipment and aircraft accessories used on passenger aircrafts.
Governor Rick Scott said, “I was proud to attend the ribbon cutting for Aviation Inflatables at their new headquarters in Sunrise today. We will keep working to cut taxes and create a business-friendly environment so businesses like Aviation Inflatables will continue to invest in our state.”
German Alvarez, CEO, Aviation Inflatables said, “We try to be the most innovative company we can possibly be and that is what has allowed us to grow the way we have. In reality, improvement and innovation is the life blood of any successful repair center.”
Sunrise Mayor Michael Ryan said, “On behalf of the entire City Commission, I thank Aviation Inflatables for their faith in and commitment to locating in Sunrise. We are proud to be a business friendly community that is home to many companies in the aviation industry. We wish Aviation Inflatables continued success and look forward to further expansion.”
Bob Swindell, President & CEO of the Greater Fort Lauderdale Alliance said, “We’re proud of the extraordinary collaboration in our community and the strength of our aviation maintenance, repair and overhaul business sector. Congratulations to Aviation Inflatables on your Grand Opening and continued success in Broward County.”