BROKEN ARROW, OK -- More than 300 jobs are landing in Broken Arrow.
FlightSafety International broke ground Wednesday on a new facility near 71st street and Lynn Lane. The company designs and builds flight simulators for the military and the airlines.
It says the new building should be ready in a year.
"Our goal now is to bring more jobs and community support to Broken Arrow and the state of Oklahoma," said Ric Armstrong, FlightSafety International Vice President:
The city gave FlightSafety International more than $6 million in incentives to keep the company in town.