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ARDMORE, OK-- Today Chamber of Commerce officials provided a glimpse of some of the current happenings and future innovations at the Ardmore industrial airpark .

The airpark currently offers space for flight testing and even has it's own FAA staffed control tower and is soon adding to it's list of services.

The Ardmore Airpark that once served as an Air Force base has a few projects in the process of taking off such as a new railing project and construction of a new King Aerospace facility that will service commercial aircraft used by the military once complete.

In addition to some of the new innovations over $50 million dollars of enhancements have gone into the current facilities.