Published on : Thursday, July 31, 2014
PSA Airlines is expanding its Dayton-based facilities with a new Operations Control Center and began the development phase with a ceremonial ground breaking earlier today. The new OCC will be attached to the East side of the current Mark J. Zweidinger Professional Learning Center, at the Dayton International Airport.
PSA’s current and anticipated growth has necessitated the development of the additional facility. With the 30 additional aircraft inducting to PSA over the next 11 months, additional space is needed for dispatchers, crew schedulers, maintenance controllers, and other operations personnel.
The ceremony included dignitaries and decision makers from the Dayton Community as well as Lieutenant Governor Mary Taylor, Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley, and Sandra Brasington and Glenn Richardson from Governor Kasich’s office.
Source:- PSA Airlines