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Rectrix Aviation launches operations at Worcester Regional Airport

Rectrix Aviation, a private jet charter company based at Hanscom Field in Bedford, launched fixed-based operations at Worcester Regional Airport on Thursday, providing services such as maintenance and fueling to general aviation aircraft.

As part of a deal with the Massachusetts Port Authority, which runs the Worcester airport, Rectrix will invest $5 million to develop office space and hangars that can accommodate large corporate jets.

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Rectrix is also launching fixed-based operations at Hanscom next year and will invest $15 million there.

The additions at the two airports are expected to generate 100 new jobs, including flight crews, mechanics, and ramp workers.

Katie Johnston

Katie Johnston can be reached at kjohnston@globe.com.
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