HIGH POINT, N.C. — Eastern Airlines LLC is closing its High Point facility on Sept. 1, letting 50 employees go from the charter flight service.
The company is moving its headquarters and operations to Wayne, Pennsylvania according to a Triad Business Journal report.
"We anticipate that this new facility and its location will better serve our future needs and business plans," Eastern president and CEO Steve Harfst said.
Harfst made the announcement in a WARN notice, referring to the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification. The notice is required when a company closes a plant, cuts 50 jobs or eliminates one-third of its local positions.
Employees found out about the move on May 22.