United States Aerospace Companies

By Vishal Mathur

Top 10 Aerospace Companies  in USA

With 1.8% of the US GDP attributable to it, the aerospace sector has made a significant economic contribution to the US. It supports and facilitates a wide range of services, including trade, logistics, security, and defense in different parts of the world. Here is a ranking of the best Aerospace Companies in the United States for 2023.

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Boeing

Boeing, headquartered in Arlinton, Virginia, is a market leader in producing and developing commercial and military aircraft, rotorcraft, rockets, satellites, telecommunications gear, and missiles in more than 150 nations.

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United Technologies Corporation

Established in 1934 as United Aircraft Corporation, it acquired its present name in 1975. United Technologies Corporation is one of the largest manufacturers of aerospace products and systems in the United States. Carrier, Collins Aerospace, Otis Elevator Co., and Pratt & Whitney are its four principal subsidiaries through which it conducts business.

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Lockheed Martin Corporation

Founded in March 1995 as an outcome of the merger of Lockheed Corporation and Martin Marietta, Lockheed Martin Corporation is a preeminent American aerospace and security organization. Their company, with its headquarters in Bethesda, Maryland, is structured around four main business sectors: aerospace, rotary and mission systems, missiles and fire control, and space.

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General Dynamics

With 45 years of expertise in designing, manufacturing, and supplying aerospace and defense products and services, General Dynamics is the fifth largest aerospace company in the US by total sales. Their main products include Gulfstream business jets, Virginia- and Columbia-class nuclear-powered submarines, Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyers, M1 Abrams tanks, and Stryker armored fighting vehicles.

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Northrop Grumman Corporation

With the use of science, technology, and engineering, Northrop Grumman Corporation, a US-based aerospace and defense technology company, offers solutions to problems in cyberspace, defense, aviation, and space. It is a major producer of military equipment and weaponry around the globe.

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Raytheon Technologies

One of the most prominent American aerospace and defense firms, Raytheon Technologies is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia. It produces avionics, air defense systems, aviation engines, aerostructures, cybersecurity, etc. using cutting-edge technology.

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GE Aviation

The world's leading innovator in aircraft propulsion and systems is GE Aviation, a division of General Electric. It is well-known for its jet and turboprop engines, components and integrated systems for commercial, military, business, and, general aviation aircraft.

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BAE Systems

With its main office in Falls Church, Virginia, BAE Systems, Inc. develops, produces, and sells security and protection goods, armored combat vehicles, artillery systems, munitions, and solutions for defense, intelligence, and civilian systems. It also designs, manufactures, and distributes electronic systems and subsystems for both military and commercial applications.

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Axiom Space, Inc.

Axiom Space is an American privately incorporated company founded in 2016. It provides manufacturing, in-space research, and human spaceflight services from its base in Houston, Texas. Axiom provides missions to the International Space Station, with a 10-day mission requiring 15 weeks of training.

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Rocket Lab

Rocket Lab is an American aerospace manufacturer that delivers launch services, spacecraft, satellite components, and on-orbit management. It has placed 148 satellites, constructed 3 launch pads, and deployed 2 photon satellites into orbit while successfully completing 28 launches. Some of its clientele are NASA, Darpa, Canon, Spaceflight, Space Force, Capella Space, Fleet, and others.

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