Ross Aviation, which sold its network of 21 FBOs to Landmark Aviation in 2014, announced today that it acquired six former Landmark facilities, creating a new Ross FBO chain. These facilities are the six FBOs that the U.S. Department of Justice required Signature Flight Support to divest as part of its recent acquisition of Landmark Aviation. Those locations are the former Landmark FBOs at Washington Dulles, California’s Fresno Yosemite International, Scottsdale (Ariz.) Municipal, New York’s Westchester County, Jacqueline Cochran Regional in Thermal, Calif., and Alaska’s Ted Stevens International Airports.
“We look forward to once again serving general aviation customers with the acquisition of these six FBOs. We plan to quickly expand the Ross Aviation network to additional locations as opportunities present themselves within the U.S. and internationally,” said Ross Aviation president and CEO Jeff Ross. “We’re working with an experienced team across the country dedicated to providing exceptional services and a more competitive product.”
Terms of the deal were not disclosed.