Landmark Aviation names Isaac Lee general manager of the year
Landmark Aviation Miami International Airport’s Isaac Lee has been named 2013 general manager of the year.
Landmark Aviation has named Isaac Lee, the general manager of the company’s Miami International Airport FBO facility, as the 2013 general manager of the year.
“Isaac is a selfless and considerate general manager,” Ted Hamilton, executive vice president of operations, said: “He supports other locations, exceeds goals for his FBO, and remains active in his community. Isaac is a personification of what we hope the public sees in Landmark Aviation.”
Lee has been with Landmark for 19 years, starting as a line service supervisor at Landmark’s Norfolk International Airport location. He was promoted to general manager at Norfolk International Airport and has since been moved to Miami.
“I’m honoured to be the General Manager of the Year,” Lee said “I always try to give 100 per cent, and do things that will benefit the entire company. I owe this recognition to my supportive team at Miami and the mentorship I’ve received from senior leadership at Landmark.”
In addition to his position with Landmark, Lee is a Greater Miami Convention and Visitors Bureau board member, a member of the Florida Aviation Business Association, and an active supporter of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of South Florida.
As the general manager of the year, Lee will receive an all-expense paid vacation for two to Maui, Hawaii as well as a 2014 Corvette Stingray for his use over the next year.