Landmark Aviation adds 18 aircraft after two FBO take-overs
Landmark Aviation has added 18 aircraft to its charter fleet through the acquisition of two fixed-based operators.
The Landmark Aviation aircraft management and charter division has added 18 aircraft to its fleet, after acquiring Sterling Aviation in Milwaukee, Wisconsin and Galvin Flying Services in Seattle, Washington.
“These acquisitions have increased our offerings in the Midwest and Northwest,” said Ben Murray, president of aircraft management and charter.
The acquisition of Sterling Aviation added 12 aircraft, including a 14 seat Bombardier Challenger 604, a nine-seat Hawker 850XP and a nine-seat Citation Sovereign.
The acquisition of Galvin Flying Services added six aircraft, including a nine-seat Challenger 300 and an eight-seat Citation Excel.