Joby Aviation plans to locate its first scaled aircraft production facility in Dayton, Ohio, the birthplace of aviation. The city is also home to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, and the headquarters of the US Air Force Research Laboratories which has played a key role in supporting Joby’s development. Joby (JOBY) plans to build a facility capable of delivering up to 500 aircraft per year at the Dayton International Airport. The company said the 140-acre site has the potential to support significant further growth over time, providing enough land to build up to two million square feet of manufacturing space. Construction

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