Last October, Sikorsky announced it would open a state of the art training center for all its national and international military training customers in the empty Quartz Mountain Aerospace Plant.
In late June, a Sikorsky official announced from the Paris Air Show the facility would open in September, then a ribbon cutting ceremony set for September 6 was postponed.
The announcement last year of the new facility was made by Senator Jim Inhofe in Altus.
Inhofe's office released a statement in response to the withdrawal of Sikorsky in which the senator said he was told only a week ago Sikorsky was working with project managers on complications in the multimillion dollar contract.
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