The Mid-Atlantic Aerospace Complex (MAAC) markets and promotes the capabilities in aviation and aerospace of the North Central West Virginia Airport and its component members to government, industrial clients and prospects throughout the world. West Virginia has been historically known as “Almost Heaven,” which it truly is. Today, the north central part of the state hosts growing high technology, aerospace and modern services industries and the region consistently finds itself on an array of “best places to live” lists. The MAAC’s compliment of aerospace industry services plays a major role in our region’s economic development and provides first-rate maintenance, overhaul, manufacturing, and training services for the aerospace industry. Today, the complex employs more than 1,300 people in aviation-related jobs and has an economic impact of over $1 billion. At 7,800 feet, the North Central West Virginia Airport has the largest commercial service runway in the state — and there’s space available for your business along it.