Landmark Aviation

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Landmark Aviation is an aviation services company that offers a wide variety of services at MRO repair centers, at FBOs in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and France, and within its aircraft sales, charter and management business. The company also operates Associated Air Center, a transport completion center.

Landmark Aviation is derived from a company called "Garrett/Piedmont Hawthorne/Associated" which operated for about a year before being rebranded in October 2005. Garrett/Piedmont Hawthorne/Associated was in turn created from the merger of three companies (Garrett Aviation, Piedmont Hawthorne, and Associated Air) which were all owned by the Carlyle Group.

In 2007, Landmark was merged with two other entities, and took the name StandardAero from one of those.[1] Like Landmark, StandardAero is owned by Dubai Aerospace Enterprise.

In March, 2008, an acquisition of the company was completed by Encore FBO, GTCR Golder Rauner and Platform Partners from Dubai Aerospace.[2]

Notes[edit]

The initial companies in the group purchased were Garrett Aviation Services (Primarily completion, engine, avionics, and airframe maintenance sites - formerly owned by General Electric), Associated Air Center, and Piedmont Hawthorne Aviation.

The maintenance facilities formerly belonging to Garrett and AAC were eventually split back off and sold as a package to DAE, merged with Standard Aero and rebranded StandardAero (One word, no space)

The Piedmont Hawthorne and former Garrett aircraft fueling operations facilities remained with Landmark and were eventually sold to GTCR Golder Rauner and Platform Partners, LLC

The reason for the split sale was due to some unspecified federal trade provisions regarding fuel sales that prevented DAE from purchasing that segment of the business.

FBO locations[edit]

As of July 2014, Landmark Aviation offers fixed base operator (FBO) services at the following locations: (Due to recent company purchases, Landmark Aviation may have more FBO's that are not listed) [3]

United States[edit]

  1. Addison, TX (ADS) – Addison Airport
  2. Asheville, NC (AVL) – Asheville Regional Airport
  3. Atlanta, GA (ATL) – Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport
  4. Bullhead City, AZ (IFP) – Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport
  5. Cedar Rapids, IA (CID) – The Eastern Iowa Airport
  6. Charleston, SC (CHS) – Charleston International Airport
  7. Charlottesville, VA (CHO) – Charlottesville-Albemarle Airport
  8. Cincinnati, OH (LUK) – Cincinnati Municipal Lunken Airport
  9. Cleveland, OH (BKL) – Cleveland Burke Lakefront Airport
  10. Columbus, OH (CMH) – Port Columbus International Airport
  11. Dallas, TX (DAL) – Dallas Love Field
  12. Fayetteville, NC (FAY) – Fayetteville Regional Airport
  13. Frederick, MD (FDK) – Frederick Municipal Airport
  14. Greensboro, NC (GSO) – Piedmont Triad International Airport
  15. Houston, TX (IAH) – George Bush Intercontinental Airport
  16. Lafayette, LA (LFT) – Lafayette Regional Airport
  17. Lawrenceville, GA (LZU) – Gwinnett County Airport
  18. Leesburg, VA (JYO) – Leesburg Executive Airport
  19. Los Angeles, CA (LAX) – Los Angeles International Airport
  20. Miami, FL (MIA) – Miami International Airport
  21. Miami, FL (TMB) – Kendall-Tamiami Executive Airport
  22. New Orleans, LA (NEW) – New Orleans Lakefront Airport
  23. Norfolk, VA (ORF) – Norfolk International Airport
  24. Oakland, CA (OAK) – Oakland International Airport
  25. Ocala, FL (OCF) – Ocala International Airport
  26. Pahokee, FL (PHK) – Palm Beach County Glades Airport
  27. Raleigh, NC (RDU) – Raleigh-Durham International Airport
  28. Roanoke, VA (ROA) – Roanoke Regional Airport
  29. San Antonio, TX (SAT) – San Antonio International Airport
  30. Santa Fe, NM (SAF) – Santa Fe Municipal Airport
  31. San Diego, CA (SAN) – San Diego International Airport
  32. Scottsdale, AZ (SDL) – Scottsdale Airport
  33. Sioux Falls, SD (FSD) – Sioux Falls Regional Airport
  34. Springfield, IL (SPI) – Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport
  35. Syracuse, NY (SYR) – Syracuse Hancock International Airport
  36. Tampa, FL (TPA) – Tampa International Airport
  37. Washington, D.C. / Dulles, VA (IAD) – Washington Dulles International Airport
  38. Waukegan, IL (UGN) – Waukegan Regional Airport
  39. West Palm Beach, FL (F45) – North Palm Beach County General Aviation Airport
  40. White Plains, NY (HPN) – Westchester County Airport
  41. Wichita Falls, TX (SPS) – Wichita Falls Municipal Airport
  42. Winston-Salem, NC (INT) – Smith Reynolds Airport

Canada[edit]

  1. Calgary, Alberta (YYC) – Calgary International Airport
  2. Toronto, Ontario (YYZ) – Toronto Pearson International Airport
  3. Vancouver, British Columbia (YVR) – Vancouver International Airport

United Kingdom[edit]

  1. London, England (EGMC / SEN) – London Southend Airport

France[edit]

  1. Bordeaux, France (LFBD / BOD) – Bordeaux-Mérignac Airport
  2. Lyon, France (LFLL / LYS) – Lyon-Saint Exupéry Airport
  3. Marseille, France (LFML / MRS) – Marseille Provence Airport
  4. Montpellier, France (LFMT / MPL) – Montpellier-Méditerranée Airport
  5. Nantes, France (LFRS / NTE) – Nantes Atlantique Airport
  6. Nice, France (LFMN / NCE) – Nice Côte d'Azur Airport
  7. Paris, France (LFPB / LBG) – Paris-Le Bourget Airport
  8. Toulouse, France (LFBO / TLS) – Toulouse-Blagnac Airport

References[edit]

  1. ^ See "Dubai Aerospace Buys Standard Aero, Landmark for $1.9B," Defense Industry Daily, August 2, 2007.
  2. ^ "Encore FBO, GTCR and Platform Partners Complete Acquisition of Landmark Aviation FBOs," [1].
  3. ^ "FBO Network". Landmark Aviation. Retrieved July 11, 2012. 

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