Subsidy Tracker Individual Entry
new aviation campus
All Information came from: "NetJets Inc. to Expand in Ohio, Build World-Class Campus Adjacent to Port Columbus," a press release issued by the Columbus Regional Airport Authority on March 13, 2008.
The State of Ohio, City of Columbus, Franklin County, and the Columbus Regional Airport Authority offered a subsidy package to NetJets and its sister company FlightSafety International (they are both owned by Berkshire Hathaway) to expand their aviation campus instead of relocating it. The total package was $67.6 million, including $37.4 million from Ohio, $22 million from Columbus and Franklin County, and $8.2 million from the airport. Overlap with main Subsidy Tracker data: Job Creation Tax Credit listing for $11,709,508.