Advancing the Future of Flight
Aurora Flight Sciences, a Boeing Company, advances the future of flight by developing and applying innovations across aircraft configurations, autonomous systems, propulsion technologies, and manufacturing processes. With a passionate and agile team, Aurora delivers solutions to its customers’ toughest challenges while meeting high standards of safety and quality.
Located at the Manassas Regional Airport, this multi-building site includes three aircraft hangars, engineering development and build spaces, test labs, remote flight operations centers, and offices.
9950 Wakeman Drive, Manassas, VA 20110
Cambridge, MassachusettsAerospace & Autonomy Center and Lab
Two new research and engineering spaces including an innovative office space located at the gateway to MIT campus and a multi-functional lab space located in the Charlestown neighborhood of Boston.
314 Main St, Cambridge, MA 02142
Columbus, MississippiAdvanced Manufacturing
With over 120,000 ft2 of space and technologies such as automated fiber placement, this site is a hub for advanced manufacturing and proud member of the Golden Triangle Regional Airport community.
200 Aurora Way, Columbus, MS 39701
Bridgeport, West VirginiaAdvanced Manufacturing
Located in North Central West Virginia, this site houses some of the most advanced technology in robotic manufacturing, such as our Flexible Robotic Composite Manufacturing Cell (FRCMC).
3000 East Industrial Rd., Bridgeport, WV 26330
For many positions, Aurora supports remote or hybrid working arrangements from home or from select Boeing offices across the U.S. These sites offer flexibility as well as the opportunity to foster connections with our Boeing colleagues.
Established in 1989, Aurora Flight Sciences, developed and flew 30 aircraft in its first 30 years. Today, we are continuing to develop and fly innovative aircraft and enabling technologies across autonomy, propulsion, novel configurations, and composite materials.