Landmark Boosts Burgeoning Management Fleet
Landmark Aviation continues to expand its managed fleet, with the addition of seven more jets to its aircraft management division. As a result of three acquisitions earlier this year, the company more than doubled the size of its fleet, making it the second largest business aircraft manager in the U.S., behind only Executive Jet Management.
The latest additions include five more jets based at its recently acquired base (the former Galvin Flying Services) at Seattle’s Boeing Field/King County International Airport. A Learjet 60 at Westchester County Airport in New York, and a Premier IA based at Mercer County Airport in West Virginia round out the additions.
“We are excited to announce the expansion of our charter fleet and particularly the long-range options now available to our charter clients in the Northwest market,” said Ben Murray, the company’s president of aircraft management and charter. “The explosive fleet growth Landmark is experiencing across the board is a true testament to the commitment we have made to our managed and charter clients.” Landmark is owned by Carlyle Group.