Landmark Aviation showcased new Greensboro facility


Company hosted an open house at the newly remodelled facility

Landmark Aviation lounge at GreensboroLandmark Aviation Greensboro hosted an open house recently to
showcase its newly remodelled facility. Local guests and supporters attended the
catered event, including Greensboro Mayor William H. Knight, TSA
representatives, Airport Authority representatives and numerous base customers.

“With this grand opening, we offer a more spacious
state-of-the-art facility with increased amenities for our customers,” vice president
of Sales & Charter Jim Hopkins explained. “We are excited about the
opportunity that lies ahead of us to compete at a higher level here in Greensboro.”

The US$2 million project required major renovations that
included structural changes, such as a new passenger lounge, VIP lounge, first
class bistro and a state-of-the-art conference room. Paint, flooring and
furniture have been updated throughout the facility, as well.

During a toast, Hopkins
recognized the chairman of the Airport Authority, Henry Isaacson, and former
property leasing manager, Alan Boone, for their contributions to the eight
month project. Each was presented with a gift on behalf of the Landmark
Aviation staff.