Landmark acquires ex-R.J. Reynolds flight department site in Winston-Salem
Landmark Aviation hosted an open house at its newest acquisition on February 20. The Houston-based FBO/MRO network recently took possession of the former R.J. Reynolds flight department facility at Winston-Salem, N.C.’s Smith Reynolds Airport (KINT). The hangars will be used for MRO activities, but also include office space, a conference room and an avionics shop. Attending the open house celebration were Landmark v-p of operations Ted Hamilton and v-p of MRO, Skip Madsen and members of the Forsyth County Airport Commission, including executive director Mark Davidson. Hamilton said, “The hangars now allow our operations to be more centralized, while offering modern amenities that enhance the efficiency of our services.” Among the aircraft approved for service at Landmark KINT are piston-powered Beechcraft singles and twins, Cessnas, Cirrus and Mooneys; and Beechjets, Citations, DHC Dash 8s, Falcon 900s, Hawker 700s and Learjets.